CBS News has partnered with Amazon.com and CustomFlix to sell full-length reports and segments from "CBS Evening News," "60 Minutes" and documentaries that have aired since 2000. Customers will be able to create a custom DVD of clips they choose totaling up to 90 minutes.
Sometime down the road, CBS News expects to extend the footage it offers back to 1950, with news reports from Douglas Edwards and Walter Cronkite. CBS' vast archive of news footage has never before been shown to the public, and available clips could eventually include coverage of historic events, the network said. Outtakes, however, will not be available for purchase through the program.