A new documentary from the Decades Network, Operation Greylord, profiles one of the largest undercover stings in FBI history that brought corrupt Chicago law enforcement officers to justice.
The wit and wisdom of Dick Cavett will be back on TV starting next month as the CBS-owned multicast network Decades has set a deal for full-length episodes from the long run of The Dick Cavett Show.
The multicast network from CBS Television Station Group and Weigel Broadcasting now covers 49% of the U.S. with clearances in 39 markets.
As the market for subchannel options matures, there’s a new wave of multicast networks with significant distribution, tightly focused brands and programming and, in some cases, a smattering of distinguishing original programming. This is Part Two of a four-part special report on multicasting running this week. Read the other stories here.
The one-hour Through the Decades premieres in May 2015 on the new Weigel-CBS Television station multicast network.
Decades will feature originals and more than 100 television series, plus theatrical and made-for-TV movies. Original programming to include Decades Retrospectical, a daily topical show. It is expected to debut during the second quarter of 2015, with the 16 CBS-owned stations that are part of the CBS Television Network serving as the new service’s launch group.