YES sues Time Warner Cable

Yankee network says it's being underpaid

The Yankees Entertainment Sports Network is suing Time Warner Cable, saying it has been underpaid by more than $1.5 million.

The lawsuit states that Time Warner “miscalculated the licensing fees due YES under an affiliation agreement,” which dates from March 2002 to April 2006.

YES says it continues to be underpaid on a monthly basis and is also seeking damages for interest lost.

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