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Time Warner Cable, Tribune Renew Distribution Agreement

Glenn Britt
AP Photo/Seth Wenig
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt

Tribune broadcast stations in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas and Indianapolis were included in the deal.

Tribune and Time Warner have reached a multi-year distribution deal for multiple Tribune broadcast stations, Local TV Holdings stations and WGN America, the companies jointly announced Sunday.

No details were disclosed about the value of the deal or how many years it extends.

Tribune broadcast stations in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas and Indianapolis were included in the deal. 

Time Warner Cable has had some problems extending these renewal agreements, including an extended CBS blackout over the summer. This time the deal was done without any interruption for subscribers.