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Universal Sports Network and Suddenlink in multi-year distribution agreement

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Universal Sports Network has announced a new, multi-year distribution agreement with Suddenlink, the seventh largest cable distributor in the US. The deal gives Suddenlink the rights to distribute Universal Sports’ exclusive Olympic, endurance and action sports programming in HD, access to VOD content and comprehensive TV Everywhere rights.

Suddenlink started with the roll out of Universal Sports Network in HD as part of its new Sports Plus tier on Wednesday 1 July.

“Suddenlink TV customers will benefit immediately from this latest multi-year distribution agreement,” said Scott Brown, President of Universal Sports Network. “We look forward to serving their customers with a wide variety of sports and world-class events not available elsewhere including our summer programming slate of World Championships and this fall’s Rugby World Cup.”

”Universal Sports Network helps us further round out our sports entertainment programming with its unique blend of Olympic-related sports coverage,” said Suddenlink Senior Vice President and Chief Programming Officer Kathy Payne.

Suddenlink joins Universal Sports Network’s growing list of distributors including satellite providers DIRECTV and DISH, Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Cox Communications, Verizon FiOS, Google Fiber, CenturyLink and several NCTC members in markets across the United States.

Universal Sports Network is a premier media destination for year-round Olympic, endurance and action sports programming in the USA. Offering more than 1,200 hours of original programming each year, Universal Sports holds exclusive rights to more than 25 World Championships and showcases the world’s best athletes competing in more than 40 sports annually including the upcoming ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Chicago and UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Richmond, Virginia.




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