A&E Networks, Time Warner Cable Make New Multi-Year Pact

Home of “Duck Dynasty” will continue to air on cable provider

Time Warner Cable and A+E Networks have reached a new multi-year distribution agreement that will keep A&E shows on the cable provider for years to come.

Terms of the deal were not released.

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The multi-platform agreement means TWC will continue to carry A&E’s portfolio of networks, including A&E, Lifetime, HISTORY, LMN, Bio, H2, HISTORY en Espanol, Crime & Investigation Network, Military HISTORY and Lifetime Real Women.

It will also provide customers access to VOD content, “TV Everywhere” content for TWC TV out-of-home platforms and authenticated access to A+E Networks apps including HISTORY, A+E and Lifetime.

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“We’re pleased to extend our relationship with A+E Networks,” said Jennifer Chun, senior vice president of Content Acquisition for Time Warner Cable. “We’ve enjoyed a strong partnership with A+E for many years, and their programming is valuable to our customers.  Now they will be able to enjoy even more of this content on multiple platforms.”

“We have had a great partnership with Time Warner Cable for many years and we are delighted that this new agreement will carry our partnership well into the future,” said David Zagin, president, of A+E Networks Distribution. “We are thrilled that Time Warner Cable’s valued customers will be able to enjoy A+E Networks’ portfolio of brands across Time Warner Cable’s multiple platforms.”