Anyone following the public fight between Time Warner Cable and Fox should know a similar skirmish between the Food Network and Northeast cable provider Cablevision unfolded over the weekend, but with far different results. Eater NY has the scoop on what went down -- the network, which is demanding a 300% increase over the eight cents per subscriber per month they make now, is no longer available to Cablevision subscribers in New York, New Jersey, and some parts of Connecticut. When the two sides failed to come to an agreement by New Years, the station and its sister HGTV went black.
After Talks Fail, Cablevision Kicks Food Network To The Curb
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