Dish Network, Time Warner Cable Reach Deals with Univision

Financial terms were not disclosed for either deal, but Univision has been seeking cash in exchange for consent for its signal transmission. At its 2007 upfront presentation to advertisers, the Spanish-language media leader in the U.S. indicated it would seek $1 per sub. Since then, cable operators have said the programmer has reduced its asking price.

The multiyear Dish deal, calls for the carriage of national feeds of Univision, broadcast brethren and Telefutiura, as well as cable cousin Galavision. It also covers the local signals of Univision and Telefutura stations.

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