On Mon, the CBS O&Os and Showtime returned to Time Warner Cable and Bright House customers, exactly 1 month after they went dark (and days before the return of the NFL regular season). Analysts’ reports have CBS’s price per sub jumping from about $.85 to $1.50 and approaching $2 by the end of the deal, which lasts at least 3 years. Wells Fargo Securities weighs in on who likely favored in the dispute and each side issues comments on the deal. More details here.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:

Time Warner Cable had a change of heart, launching the Longhorn Network on Friday.
There’s a new gm at TLC, following Amy Winter’s departure from the post.

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