Tribune Broadcasting and Charter Communications reached a deal early Friday morning, restoring programming, alongside side KTLA, to millions of Spectrum subscribers.
The contract between Tribune Broadcasting and Spectrum had expired on Jan 2, in a dispute over “retransmission expenses” — a price providers (cable, satellite tv for computer, and so on.) pay to tv broadcasters to incorporate channels in their broadcast lineup.
The agreement reached on Friday restores the signal of 24 of Tribune Broadcasting’s local tv stations and carriage of the firm’s cable entertainment community, WGN The United States, to Spectrum’s cable programs.
The companies issued the next joint assertion in relation to the agreement:
“We are joyful to secure reached this agreement that can return Tribune Broadcasting’s local tv stations and WGN The United States to Spectrum prospects and Tribune’s viewers.”
Order phrases of the agreement weren’t disclosed.