Altice USA and Viacom said they have signed a new distribution and advertising deal that returns Viacom’s cable networks to Suddenlink subscribers.
The deal also continues carriage of Viacom’s networks on Optimum systems and creates new advertising opportunities using Altice’s data and platforms combined with Viacom’s advanced advertising products.
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“We are pleased to establish a new partnership between Altice USA and Viacom,” said Michael Schreiber, chief content officer of Altice USA. “Our joint efforts to find flexible and creative solutions will benefit Altice USA's customers as we look to provide the best video experience in our markets, build on our innovative data-driven advertising capabilities, and provide our customers with access to Viacom’s marquee programming.”
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Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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