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AT&T, CBS reach channel carriage deal

Thursday 2 July 2015 | 11:54 CET | News
AT&T and CBS have reached an agreement to continue their long-standing relation, which includes the carriage on AT&T U-verse of CBS owned TV stations, Showtime channels, CBS Sports Network, Smithsonian Channel, and PoP (launching in 2016). In a joint statement, the companies said, "Ultimately, we both want to provide our customers with the shows they want, when and how they care to watch." The previous agreement expired on 30 June. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Fixed
Companies: CBS
Countries: United States
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