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AMC Networks in deal for distribution of channels in the US
MUMBAI: The National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) in the US and AMC Networks have reached a new carriage agreement to continue to make AMC Networks’ channels, AMC, BBC America, IFC, SundanceTV, WE tv and BBC World News, available to NCTC members and their customers.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
AMC Networks president of network sales Bob Broussard said, “We are pleased to have reached a new distribution agreement with NCTC. We have enjoyed a long and successful partnership with NCTC and we look forward to continuing to provide our popular and acclaimed programming to NCTC members and their customers.”
NCTC executive VP programming Judy Meyka said, “We appreciate AMC Networks’ willingness to take the time to understand our members’ unique challenges and concerns, and their creativity to construct an agreement that addresses the concerns of many of our members. AMC Networks has made a significant investment in the programming on their networks and we are pleased that our members have the option to continue offering this programming to their customers.”