Report: Dish, Sinclair Agree To Carriage Extension Through Mid-September

Dish and Sinclair Broadcast Group have reportedly agreed to an extension that will keep the broadcaster’s signals on Dish — for now. The two companies have been at odds over a new carriage agreement, that has threatened to take Sinclair-owned CBS, Fox, NBC and ABC affiliates and Tennis Channel dark on Dish. The two sides had come to a temporary extension agreement in mid-August while negotiations over a long-term carriage pact continued. The reported new extension is through the middle of September.

WGN America Sets Carriage Deal With Vidgo

Nexstar Media Group’s cable network WGN America has reached a multi-year comprehensive agreement with Vidgo, and will be carried by the live TV streaming platform beginning on Jan. 15. In the last two months, Nexstar has reached five agreements with subscription-based streaming services for the distribution of WGN America, expanding the network’s reach by 8.5 […]

WGN America, YouTube TV Set Carriage Deal

The new agreement makes Nexstar’s cable network available to more than 3 million new streaming subscribers in 2021.

Dish, Cox Sign New 7-Day Carriage Deal

Dish and Cox Media, which is owned by Apollo Global Management, have agreed to a second seven-day temporary agreement, ensuring that 18 Cox-managed stations stay in the satcaster’s lineup for now.