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Time Warner Cable Drops CBS in 3 Cities as Fee Negotiations Fail

Time Warner Cable Inc. cut off CBS Corp. broadcasts and pay TV-channels in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and several other markets after the companies failed to agree on new terms for program rights.

More than 3 million Time Warner Cable subscribers will be without shows such as “60 Minutes” and their local CBS news, the New York-based network said yesterday in an e-mailed statement. It was the first time CBS has been dropped by a cable system, the broadcaster said.