At CBS News, The Future May Not Be TV 

When CBSN first launched in late 2014, it used  a lot of segments that appeared first on “CBS This Morning” and “CBS Evening News.” These days, CBSN viewers are seeing more reports on that service first before they appear on the unit’s well-known TV broadcasts.  CBS News is moving quickly to make CBSN more a part of its regular operations, in the belief that viewers no longer differentiate between a TV screen and one that is part of a mobile tablet – and no longer see any variation in quality between programming that comes on each week at, say, 9 p.m., and video that they chose to view with an Amazon Fire stick.

Source: At CBS News, The Future May Not Be TV | Variety