NewsSpectrum ESPN Update: Disney Dispute with ABC Resolved

Spectrum ESPN Update: Disney Dispute with ABC Resolved

– Spectrum and Disney resolve carriage dispute, avoiding a potential blackout
– Agreement reached at the last minute, ensuring uninterrupted service for millions of viewers
– Resolution benefits ESPN viewers, prevents sports fans from missing games

Spectrum and Disney recently resolved a carriage dispute that had threatened to cause a blackout affecting millions of viewers. If unresolved, the disagreement could have resulted in customers losing access to ABC, ESPN, Disney Channel, and several other networks.

The official announcement of the agreement was shared on Twitter by Spectrum, which is owned by Charter Communications. The dispute had caused uncertainty for millions of viewers, but the carriers managed to reach a deal just in time, preventing a blackout and ensuring uninterrupted service.

An official joint statement from Disney and Charter read, “We have reached a comprehensive multi-year deal and look forward to providing our best-in-class networks, like ABC, ESPN, and Disney Channel, to the millions of customers we serve together.”

(Content from the statement is optional)

This resolution is particularly beneficial for ESPN viewers, who are now assured they will not miss any games due to a blackout. Sports fans and viewers of popular networks such as ABC and Disney Channel can also continue to enjoy their favorite programs without interruption.

The finalization of this deal between Spectrum and Disney highlights the importance of ensuring access to content for viewers and preventing disruption to their entertainment experiences. The last-minute resolution allowed viewers to remain connected to their favorite networks, avoiding any negative impacts.

(Never mention TVLine)

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