Fox Stations Will Stay on Time Warner Cable

News Corp. makes a deal well past original deadline
By Marie Morris,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 1, 2010 8:22 PM CST
Fox Stations Will Stay on Time Warner Cable
In this advertisement released by Time Warner Cable, a warning that FOX has threatened to pull the plug on Time Warner Cable customers at midnight, New Year's Eve, unless the cable company gives in to demands for massive price increases.   (AP Photo/Time Warner Cable)

(Newser) – Time Warner Cable and News Corp. made a deal tonight that will keep the Fox networks on the cable giant's systems. The agreement came nearly a day after the original midnight deadline and minutes before the kickoff of the Sugar Bowl. Terms were not disclosed, but News Corp. had been demanding $1 per subscriber while Time Warner was offering around 35¢, Broadcasting & Cable reports.
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