With such great shows as Fargo returning on FX, and the NBA and NHL playoffs commencing, it’s a terrible time to lose your favorite shows due to fee fights between the channels and pay TV providers. Click Amazon: Top Deals In Patio Furniture! But two major pay TV operators are currently embroiled in relatively lengthy
Every day this week, Fox extended its deadline for Charter to sign a new carriage agreement by one day. Monday’s D-Day became Tuesday. Tuesday became Wednesday, and so on. Click Amazon: Today’s ‘1-Day-Only’ Deals! Well, yesterday, the programmer must have gotten weary of drawing lines in the sand because it changed the warning to Charter
Update: Yes, Fox did it again; new deadline is Friday. Now back to our story filed earlier today: Fox has — once again — extended its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter by one day. That means that every day this week, Fox has extended its threat to pull its channels from the cable operator
Fox yesterday pushed its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter one day forward — again. At its web site, KeepMyNets.com, the company shifted the warning to Charter viewers from Tuesday to Wednesday. Fox did the same thing on Monday, changing the deadline from Monday to Tuesday. Updated: Fox on Wednesday moved the deadline to Thursday.
Fox last night pushed its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter one day forward until today. Update: Fox pushes the Charter deadline until Wednesday; no blackout tonight. Click Amazon: Today’s ‘1-Day-Only’ Deals! The programmer, which revealed the new deadline at its web site, KeepMyNets.com, did not offer a reason for the one-day extension. Charter also
News and Analysis Fox is threatening to pull its cable networks, and regional sports channels, from all Charter-owned cable systems if the cable operator does not meet its carriage fee demands by tomorrow. Update: Fox on Monday night extended the deadline until Tuesday. Click Amazon: The Echo With Alexa: 5 Easy Payments! The two companies
Charter, the nation’s second largest cable operator, early this morning lost Univision, and other Univision-owned cable networks such as El Rey, Galavision, UniMas and the Univision Desportes Network, due to a fee fight. Univision, which targets Hispanic viewers with a mix of sports, news and entertainment programming, has threatened to remove the signals over a