Charter and TV One have reached a new multi-year distribution deal that will keep the African-American targeted channel on Charter systems around the country.
Under the terms of the agreement, Charter subscribers will continue to receive TV One content including such shows as R&B Divas and Unsung, as well as the NAACP Image Awards, according to network officials.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Charter in serving this highly-desired audience with our diverse content offering.” said Michelle L. Rice, Executive Vice President Content Distribution and Marketing in a statement.
Added Allan Singer, Senior Vice President of Programming for Charter Communications: “We are pleased to have worked out a long-term distribution agreement with TV One” said. “We are certain TV One, with its award winning content, will continue to enhance the value of our robust TV product.”
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