October 1, 2013 - Phoenix, AZ -
Earlier today*, Cable ONE announced the removal of Turner Network channels CNN, CNN en Espanol, Headline News, Turner Classic Movies, TruTV, and Boomerang at 9 a.m. MST today from its channel line-up following the expiration of the Cable ONE/Turner Network contract.
Following this announcement, Turner Network deauthorized signals to TNT, TBS, and the Cartoon Network, despite the fact that Cable ONE has a valid contract to continue carriage of these channels.
“Turner has chosen to punish our customers by deauthorizing the signals for these channels so that they will no longer receive them,” said Trish Niemann, Cable ONE Public Relations Manager. “We believe that they have deauthorized these channels in retaliation for us dropping their less popular programming.”
Cable ONE has announced that they will be crediting customers. Customers do not need to call in to receive their credit – it will automatically be applied to their next billing statement.
For more information about this negotiation, access www.StopProgrammingHikes.com/turner.
Reference: Cable ONE Drops Turner Network Channels from Line-Up
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Serving 730,000 customers in 19 states with high speed Internet, cable television, and telephone service, Cable ONE provides consumers a wide range of the latest products and services, including wireless Internet service, High-Definition programming, and phone service with free, unlimited long distance calling in the continental U.S. More information – www.cableone.net.
Trish Niemann, Cable ONE Public Relations Manager