Disney’s 4 O&O ABC stations and cable networks remained on the Time Warner Cable systems past midnight when the companies’ previous carriage agreement expired as the two sides continue to hammer out a new deal. Disney and TWC have been racing to wrap negotiations after reporting “significant progress” over the weekend. Among the issues at hand are retransmission consent fees for the 4 ABC stations sought by Disney, increases in carriage fees for the company’s cable networks ESPN, Disney Channel and ABC Family, a deal for new channel Disney Jr., which will replace SoapNet, as well as fees for Web-based ESPN3.com.
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