Court TV back on Echostar

Web will reach 3 million fewer subscribers

Court TV is back on Echostar after a contractual impasse caused the satcaster to drop the network on Jan. 1.

In the new deal, Echostar will slot Court TV on it AT200 package, a tier that reaches about three-million fewer subscribers than the network reached under its previous contract.

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    Court TV is back on Echostar after a contractual impasse caused the satcaster to drop the network on Jan. 1. In the new deal, Echostar will slot Court TV on it AT200 package, a tier that reaches about three-million fewer subscribers than the network reached under its previous contract.

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