Dozens of channels have gone dark for 6 million of Charter's Spectrum TV customers, and it's part of a bigger trend
- Dozens of channels owned by Tribune Broadcasting have gone dark for 6 million of Charter's Spectrum TV customers nationwide.
- Spectrum Pay-TV customers in 24 markets will not have access to a total of 33 Tribune stations until the two parties can agree on how much Charter-owned Spectrum should pay Tribune for the rights to distribute its programming.
Dozens of channels owned by Tribune Broadcasting have gone dark for 6 million of Charter's Spectrum TV customers nationwide, after the contract between the two parties expired at 5 p.m. ET on Jan. 2.
Why it matters: Content that people care about, like NFL playoff games or local news, will be unavailable to customers until the two parties reach an agreement.
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