Seventeen cable channels owned by Viacom went dark on DirecTV minutes before the stroke of midnight ET Tuesday as the companies failed to hammer out a new distribution agreement.
AMC Networks Sunday inked a new carriage deal with AT&T, salvaging something from a stressful weekend that saw satcaster Dish drop the channels from its lineup at midnight Saturday.
A carriage dispute has broken out between DirecTV and Fox Networks that could lead to the News Corp.-owned channels being yanked by Nov. 1 at midnight.
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Negotiations to renew AT&T U-Verse's agreement with Rainbow Media to carry cable networks AMC, IFC and WeTV are coming down to the wire.
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