ESPN goes dark on Spectrum amid Disney-Charter dispute: What happens next?

ESPN goes dark on Spectrum amid Disney-Charter dispute: What happens next?

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ESPN and other Disney-owned channels went dark for Charter Spectrum cable subscribers Thursday night due to a carriage dispute. Here’s what you need to know:

Charter Spectrum is the country’s second-largest cable TV provider with 14.7 million subscribers.
ESPN, ESPN2, SEC Network, ACC Network and ESPNU are among the sports channels affected by the dispute.
“We offered Disney a fair deal, yet they are demanding an excessive increase,” Charter said in a message to customers. “The rising…

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