Viacom And DirecTV Reached Agreement

Posted: Jul 20 2012, 7:37am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 20 2012, 10:26am CDT , in Home Entertainment

Viacom and DirecTV reached Agreement

DirectTV and Viacom reached finally an agreement today to restore the 17 channels Viacom removed from the digital-TV service on July 10th.

Customers of DirecTV can finally return to watching the 17 cable channels Viacom blocked 10 days ago.

According to the WSJ, both companies came to an agreement over the fees. The negations took forever. While those two big companies fought their fight, customers of DirecTV had the sit through the blackout of the 17 channels including the all important Comedy Central for all Jon Stewart junkies.

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