Editorial independence is kind of a polemic at TechCrunch. When our corporate parent, a sister or an advertiser might have an issue with a story, we write it anyway. So we have an offer to make to the writers at CNET.

Its parent company, CBS, has decreed that CNET’s latest Aereo review, barring something changing, will be its last. A disclosure statement on a recent news article about the Aereo states bluntly:

“CBS, the parent corporation of CNET, is currently in active litigation with Aereo as to the legality of its service. As a result of that conflict of interest, CNET cannot review that service going forward.”

Well, CNET now can, via TechCrunch.

CNET staffers, we’ll happily publish any news article or review you want to write about Aereo or Dish AutoHop or anything else that you are prohibited from publishing on CNET. We’ll let you do this…

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