Another day-make that another 24 hours--another Univision/AT&T carriage/access extension.
The two companies agreed late Wednesday (March 16) to extend access by AT&T's U-verse to Univision TV stations and the network another 24 hours, until 1 a.m., Friday, March 18.
It is the latest in a series of extensions as they work on a new carriage deal.
Univision's other networks will remain off U-Verse while they negotiate.
Univision stations and networks went off U-Verse March 4, with acrimony on both sides, Univision accusing AT&T of discriminating against Spanish-language nets by not giving them full value, AT&T calling the charge despicable.
But the rhetoric cooled and AT&T was allowed to restore the Univision stations and network for the Democratic Debate from Miami Wednesday night (March 9), then there was a 24 hour extension beyond the two-hour debate, then that was extended to 1 a.m. Saturday (March 12), beginning a series of short-term extensions that continued Wednesday night.
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