You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

PSN yanks cable signal

World Brief

Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees.

The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator.

Last month, regulatory authorities declared that PSN had violated anti-trust laws and contractual agreements by pulling its signal off of Multicanal in a pricing dispute. PSN was forced to reinstate the channel after three days.

More TV

  • Kenya Barris Alec Baldwin

    ABC Gives Straight-to-Series Order to Comedy From Kenya Barris, Alec Baldwin, Julie Bean

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

  • Golden Globe Nominations: Good News and

    Golden Globes Nominations: At Least It Was a Good Year for Strong Female Roles

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

  • Best New Shows 2017: 'Big Little

    The Best New Shows of 2017

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

  • Ballers Season 2 HBO

    'Ballers,' Ridley Scott's 'Strange Angel' Selected for California Production Tax Credits

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

  • "A Solar Calculator, a Game Ball,

    Delayed Viewing Ratings: CBS Rules Thanksgiving Week

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

  • Frankie Shaw's 'SMILF' Scores Key Comedy

    Frankie Shaw's 'SMILF' Scores Key Comedy Golden Globe Nominations

    Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has again removed its signal from Multicanal, claiming Argentina’s No. 2 cabler has failed to pay carriage fees. The move came Saturday after Hollywood, Fla.-based PSN, owned by U.S. investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, won an appeal in court to a ruling by Argentina’s antitrust regulator. Last month, regulatory […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content