CBS Corp (CBS)
$43.82 0.00 (0.00%)
18:30 EDT CBS Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $42.06
Market Cap 14.96B
PE Ratio 12.70
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.59M
Day's Range 43.57 - 44.56
52-Week Range 40.65 - 59.56
Dividend & Yield 0.72 (1.64%)
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Tim Cook went into full salesman mode at Apple's promotional event last week as he revealed the price for a monthly subscription for its streaming service, Apple TV Plus. "All - all - of these incredible shows for the price of a single movie rental," Cook, Apple's CEO, said. "This is crazy." Apple TV Plus is scheduled to make its debut as a competitor to Netflix and Amazon on Nov. 1. The cost is $5 a month. For anyone buying a new iPhone, iPad or Mac laptop, a one-year subscription will be thrown in free. In the streaming industry, $5 is a figure that grabs attention. Disney announced $7 as the monthly price for its original service, Disney Plus, which will be available Nov. 12. An Amazon Prime subscription, which includes streaming, is $10 a month, while Hulu goes for $6 a month with ads and $12 without. CBS All Access costs $6 with commercials and $10 without. WarnerMedia's new streaming service, HBO Max, scheduled to go live next year, will cost no less than $15 a month, and Netflix's standard plan costs $13 a month. Why is Apple the cheapest of the bunch? One reason is that it will offer much less content than its competitors. While Netflix has a vast library of material from other studios and seems to unveil a series, special or rom-com every other day, Apple TV Plus will offer roughly a dozen shows in its first wave of programming over the next year. Disney Plus will be packed to the last pixel with a library of original movies, "Star Wars" films, blockbusters from Marvel Entertainment and Pixar. Disney CEO Bob Iger stepped down from Apple's board of directors last week, as it became more clear that the two companies would be in direct competition for the streaming audience. HBO Max will draw on its vast Warner Bros. film archive,...
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