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Topic - Maureen Huff
Al-Jazeera has a growing reputation for serious news gathering and its reporters have won some of the biggest awards in journalism. What the Pan-Arab news network doesn't have is a significant presence in the U.S.
BeIN Sport says it has reached agreements to be carried in English and Spanish by Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, deals that will expand the U.S. distribution for broadcasts on Spain's La Liga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1.
When ESPN and the University of Texas announced their 20-year, $300 million partnership for the Longhorn Network a year ago, they created the wedge that nearly split apart the Big 12.
Time Warner Cable Inc. vowed Friday to provide its cable customers with network TV stations from other cities if it loses the rights to carry local stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. past a midnight Friday deadline for a new contract.
"As a service develops, we will evaluate whether it makes sense for our customers to launch the network," said Time Warner Cable spokeswoman Maureen Huff.