Agreement assures continued availability of local broadcast stations
Time Warner Cable has reached an agreement in principle with Sinclair Broadcasting for continued carriage of its 28 local stations in TWC markets, and expects to work toward a final agreement in the next seven days.
"We're pleased to reach an agreement with Sinclair Broadcasting without any interruption in service for our customers," said Rob Marcus, President and Chief Operating Officer of Time Warner Cable. "We appreciate our customers' patience and support throughout this negotiation, and thank them for their patronage."
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