CBS' coverage of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will preempt regular programming Thursday March 28th through Sunday March 31st. On Thursday and Friday March 28th and 29th, all regular programming between 7pm and 12am will not be seen. On Saturday March 30th, regular programming will be preempted between 4:30 and 9pm, and on Sunday, March 31st, regular programming will not be seen between 2pm and 7pm.
No regularly scheduled CBS programs are scheduled for these time periods, and therefore no episodes will be missed. Local 8 News, The Late Show with David Letterman, and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson can all be seen in their entirety, immediately following the conclusion of the late game on Thursday and Friday evenings.
Local 8 News at at 6pm on Saturday and Local 8 News at 6:30 pm on Sunday will not be seen. Local 8 News at 11 will be broadcast at the conclusion of Primetime programming on both Saturday and Sunday.
Local 8 News at 11 can also be seen live at 11pm on MyVLT on both Thursday and Friday evenings. MyVLT can be found over the air on channel 8-2, Comcast channel 8, Charter channel 15, DirecTV channel 30, Dish channel 30, and Knology channel 8. Message to our valued viewers who subscribe to AT&T U-Verse: Unfortunately, despite our efforts to get them to do so, your system has elected not to carry MyVLT as part of their line-up. We regret this inconvenience and encourage you to watch MyVLT free over the air in full High Definition on digital channel 8.2.
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