In what's become a common negotiation tactic, Time Warner Cable shut off access to CBS this August after the two parties failed to reach an agreement on retransmission fees. Cable and satellite providers have long paid such fees to distribute network channels to their customers even though such stations are available for free over the air. CBS accuses Time Warner Cable of trying to haggle their way out of such an agreement, but the details of negotiations remain unclear as the two sides continue to battle with each other by making efforts to win the public's support. We're tracking updates to this story here, so you're in the right place.