Northland’s NewsCenter And Charter Communications Reach Carriage Deal
Perhaps you’ve seen the ads on the network regarding the dispute between Northland’s NewsCenter and Charter Communications. You may have wondered why you couldn’t watch their coverage of Grandmas Marathon this year, which was simulcast on our sister station ESPN Radio 560. Well, the days of Charter Communication subscribers missing out on such programming are over. The following comes from a press release issued by our media partners:The Northland’s NewsCenter is excited to announce that the Northland’s CW 2 (KDLH DT 3.2) and My 9 (KBJR DT 6.2) will be returning to the Charter cable line-up after being absent since early March.
“Today is a great day for fans of CW 2, My 9 and most of all, the community,” said David Jensch, vice-president and station manager. “Whether you watch UMD hockey or America’s Next Top Model, fans of the great programming on these stations can now enjoy their shows without interruption.”