The National Football League and Time Warner Cable Inc. resolved a nine-year impasse with an agreement that brings the league’s NFL Network and RedZone Channel to millions more U.S. homes. NFL and the nation’s second-largest cable system operator announced the multiyear deal late yesterday but did not disclose terms. Under a programming partnership Time Warner also made a deal for Bright House Networks to carry NFL and RedZone. Carriage begins today but the first live game TWC customers can watch will be Thursday’s matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.
It’s Official: Time Warner To Carry NFL Net
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