CBS in deal with Gas Station TV


CBS has teamed with Gas Station TV, a leader in digital gas station media, to provide viewers with a mix of daily updates and customized content. The move replaces a previous deal with ABC. GSTV will deliver its viewers breaking news and headlines from CBS News as well as entertaining and informative segments from CBS’s programming lineup.

"Gas Station TV provides an excellent new outlet for CBS in the fast growing category of digital out-of-home media," said George Schweitzer, President, CBS Marketing. "The viewing experience and reach they provide dovetails perfectly with our strategy of finding unique ways to reach a captive audience for our content when viewers are out of their homes."

Gas Station TV has more than 30 million viewers a month in over 300 cities across the U.S.

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