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Time Warner Cable adds new content to curtail cord cutting

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Dec
2013

Amid Charter merger chatter, Time Warner Cable recently played nice during content negotiations with multiple programmers in a move that’s likely related to trying to reduce the number of subscribers leaving the service, The Wall Street Journal reports. Time Warner Cable has apparently changed its negotiation tactics with multiple companies including Viacom, Tribune Co, Discovery Communications, Univision Communications and A+ E Networks. The company this week inked a new deal with Viacom ahead of the year-end deadline agreeing to increase the fees it pays to the programmer and to renew channels such as Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central, but also to finally carry Epix for the first time ever. On Sunday, the company inked a deal with Tribune Co. to carry its stations, also

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