/// Touchdown: Time Warner Cable Cuts Deal to Carry NFL Network
After an eight-year stalemate that kept the National Football League’s in-house television network grounded in key markets like New York and Los Angeles, Time Warner Cable on Friday agreed to carry NFL Network. According to sources close to the matter, while a contract hasn’t been signed, both parties have reached an agreement in principle. As such, it’s possible that NFL Network could become available on Time Warner Cable’s digital-basic tier before the upcoming Thursday Night Football telecast (Browns-Ravens, Sept. 27). ( Update : TWC and the NFL confirmed the deal in a joint statement released Friday at 4:54 p.m. EDT.)
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