Do you miss the days when TV news reported on the news? These days, cable TV networks like Headline News air more reality TV than news, and others like MSNBC are little more than political pundits shouting at each other.
On network TV, there are still high-quality shows, like "CBS Evening News." But, at only a half-hour each day, they do a good job reporting on what's gone in the world in the past 24 hours.
But, for breaking news, those shows fall short. Which is why CBS News created CBSN. It's a 24-hour digital network that you can watch on streaming media players, like Apple TV and Roku, or on the CBS News site's live page. (See blue link below.)
CBSN focuses on breaking news and up-to-the-minute reports with anchors such as Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano. Turn on CBSN, and you're watching CBS's live news desk, or programs like "CBS News Sunday Morning" that are on the air.
CBSN is free. Check out this video of CBSN.