CBS, Cablevision Renew Carriage Agreement

Customers in New York, Philadelphia and Denver will get their "Big Bang Theory"

In case you were worried, Cablevision customers, your CBS-owned stations aren't going anywhere.

Cablevision and CBS Corporation announced Wednesday the renewal of their content carriage agreements for CBS-owned stations including CBS, Showtime, the Smithsonian Channel and CBS Sports Network.

Most Cablevision subscribers are in the New York tri-state market, but Cablevision customers in the Philadelphia and Denver markets are also covered. Terms of the agreements were not disclosed.

“Cablevision is a cornerstone partner in our flagship market.  By recognizing the value of our content, this agreement assures the audiences we share with Cablevision will continue to be able to enjoy programming ranging from 'The Big Bang Theory' to 'NCIS,' '60 Minutes' to the NFL, 'Homeland' to 'Dexter,' to Smithsonian Channel’s award-winning programs and Jim Rome,” said Martin Franks, executive vice president for planning, policy and government relations for CBS Corporation.