Time Warner in fee dispute with owner of six N.C. stations
Posted December 28, 2010
Raleigh, N.C. — Time Warner Cable may lose Sinclair Broadcasting stations from its lineups after Friday as a result of a fee dispute between the two companies, Bloomberg Businessweek reported Tuesday.
Sinclair owns and operates WLFL-TV, channel 22 and WRDC-TV, channel 28, in the Raleigh-Durham market; WLOS-TV, Channel 13, and WMYA-TV, Channel 40, in Asheville; and WXLV-TV, channel 45, and WMYV-TV, channel 48, in the Triad.
The report said Sinclair had asked for a fee increase of 10 cents per subscriber for the programming Time Warner Cable carries and that the cable operator had rejected that proposal.