CBS and Time Warner Cable announced they had reached a content carriage agreement, ending a month-long blackout.
CBS Corp., which owns CNET, said in a statement that it expects its programming to resume on Time Warner systems in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas by 3 p.m. PT today. Terms of the deal were not revealed.
CBS CEO Les Moonves said that although the dispute went on longer than expected, the new contract was worth the fight.
The previous agreement between the two companies expired June 30. On Aug. 2, CBS programming went dark for Time Warner subscribers in Dallas, Los Angeles and New York.