CBSN rolling out into the international markets

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CBSN, CBS News‘ 24 hour streaming news service that has a national U.S. feed and multiple regional ones, has started expanding into the international market, Axios first reported.

The service is being provided in English in 35 European countries as well as 55 others around the world and delivered primarily via the OTT service’s smart TV and mobile apps.

The service is available via native apps on iOS and Android as well as Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV and more.

It also comes pre-installed on smart TVs from Vizio, LG and more and can also be accessed at as well as local TV station websites.

CBSN service launched nationally in November 2014 and in 2018 the network launched a New York version.

CBS added nine additional ones through July 2020 with three more planned for a total of 13 regional versions in the U.S.