CBS will distribute its television shows more widely over the internet, adding new deals with Joost, MSN and AOL to existing agreements with iTunes and YouTube.

Some of the content will be free to consumers and supported by advertising, although premium fee services, such as the purchase of episodes from iTunes Music Store, will remain in place. The expanded initiative, called the CBS Interactive Audience Network, was announced Thursday.

The advertising revenue will be shared between CBS and its online partners. Most of the programming will be available only in the US, with some video clips and full-length sporting events available internationally. CBS said the new services would be available in the coming weeks.

Users will be able to view new episodes and reruns of shows including "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and CBS and Showtime sporting events, the online video site Joost said in a separate statement. CBS did not specify whether the shows will be available for download or streaming.

CBS previously featured clips from popular shows such as "Late Show with David Letterman" and CBS News on YouTube, and iTunes.