On a crowded sports night, ESPN networks go dark

One of the Disney Entertainment channels that has disappeared from Charter Spectrum cable lines is ESPN.

A carriage disagreement between Disney and the second-largest cable TV provider in the countr. Which is the main carrier in several locations, including New York and Los Angeles. Caused the channels to be taken off the air on Thursday night.

The U.S. Open tennis event, featuring the second-round match between top-ranked Carlos Alcaraz and Lloyd Harris. Was broadcast on ESPN2 at the time the channels went dark for Charter Spectrum’s 14.7 million subscribers. While ESPN was broadcasting a college football game between Florida and No. 14 Utah.

Additionally, college football games were broadcast on the ACC Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network.


The U.S. Tennis Association was unhappy with the timing of the action, which infuriated sports fans.
We’re really sad that ESPN coverage of Thursday night’s games was lost because Spectrum and Charter were unable to settle their legal disagreement with Disney. We have high hopes that this disagreement may be resolved as soon as possible, according to a statement from USTA spokesman Chris Widmaier.

In remarks, both Charter Spectrum and the Walt Disney Company acknowledged that talks have been ongoing for some time.

In addition to all of the ESPN network channels, Charter Spectrum no longer carries the ABC-owned stations, Disney-branded stations, Freeform, FX, or National Geographic channel.

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