AMC files complaint with FCC accusing AT&T of favouring own channels

Tuesday 11 August 2020 | 16:27 CET | News
AMC Networks filed a complaint with the FCC accusing AT&T of favouring its own channels on its pay-TV platforms over other broadcasters. The broadcaster claimed that the operator is using its position as a vertically integrated operator in order to disadvantage the AMC linear channels and AMC+ streaming service, in favor of AT&T's own affiliated networks such as HBO and TNT. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: AMC Networks / AT&T
Countries: United States
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