AT&T's U-verse, the up-and-comer in the video space, Tuesday renewed a long-term distribution deal with Walt Disney Co. that extends content on demand and to new authenticated services.
AT&T is supplementing its U-Verse service with a subscription VOD package and new apps.
AT&T U-verse on Saturday became the latest distributor to pact with Time Warner Cable to carry their twin channels featuring the Los Angeles Lakers.
AT&T dropped its Scripps Networks offerings from its U-verse lineup at 10 p.m. Thursday as a result of stalled negotiations over subscriber fees. U-verse, which has about 2.7 million customers, until…
AT&T U-Verse is locked in another carriage dispute, this time with Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel.
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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