The satellite company calls Cox Media Group’s claims “misleading at best.”
Cox Media Group stations in nine markets have been blacked out to Dish TV subscribers because of a retransmission fee dispute, effective Monday. Dish said that one issue is Dish is allowing subscribers to opt out of local stations as part of their pay-TV service. Dish says Cox wants Dish to pay fees for those customers. The dispute affects Cox stations in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Dayton, Eugene, Jacksonville, Orlando, Pittsburgh and Seattle. Cox Media Group is controlled by Apollo Global Management.
Family Entertainment Television announced today the successful launch of Family Movie Classics (FMC) on Dish Network. The 24/7 classic movie channel is now available to nearly 9 million Dish TV subscribers. “This is a very proud day in our company’s history,” said President-CEO Drew Sumrall. “We continually strive to bring good, wholesome entertainment to American […]