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Cablevision and Scripps come to deal over licensing fees

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Jan 2010 10:54 User comments (3)

Cablevision and Scripps come to deal over licensing fees Earlier this month we reported Scripps Networks Interactive had pulled its popular Food Network and HGTV channels from Cablevision, after the two companies could not agree to carriage fees.
Last night the cable company reported that all customers would be getting the channels back, after the companies agreed to a non-disclosed new agreement.

Cablevision blacked out the stations for its 3.1 million New York, New Jersey and Connecticut subscribers after the company asked for a 200 percent fee increase.

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3 user comments

122.1.2010 11:56

Too late suckahhzzzzz. Dropped you like a bad habit.

222.1.2010 15:18

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Cablevision blacked out the stations for its 3.1 million New York, New Jersey and Connecticut subscribers after the company asked for a 200 percent fee increase.

That is wrong. Scripps pulled the plug, not Cablevision.

322.1.2010 15:34

Now all we need is HD channels for Univision 41 and Telefutura 68, i have to set up an old antenna to see those channels in HD

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