NBCUniversal has signed a new carriage agreement with Mediacom that covers its broadcast and cable properties, the companies announced Wednesday.
The deal also gives the cable operator TV Everywhere rights to the programming, which will be accessible to Mediacom subscribers who opt in to its Family TV package.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Mediacom is the latest in a string of carriage renewals NBCU has inked in recent months, including Cablevision, Suddenlink and Verizon.
“With this agreement, Mediacom underscores the growing value of our broadcast and cable brands, and highlights our commitment to best serve our viewers and their customers well into the future,” said Matt Bond, executive VP of content distribution at NBCU.
Nets covered under the deal include NBC, Telemundo, Bravo, Syfy and Oxygen.