Channel strikes agreement with Time Warner Cable By R. Thomas Umstead
(November 19, 2007) The Africa Channel said it struck a national
affiliation agreement with Time Warner Cable.
The deal allows the network to negotiate with Time Warner systems serving
more than 13 million households around the country, according to Africa
Channel executive vice president of affiliate sales Eric Brown. The
network offers more than 1,600 hours of original and first run English
language programming from the continent, including news and information,
travel, and lifestyle, music, feature films, soaps, talk, reality and
“We are thrilled to have reached an agreement with Time Warner Cable,”
Brown said in a statement. “We are confident that it will be a productive
and celebrated relationship, as it will allow us to bring the beauty and
genuine culture of Africa to many more homes across the U.S.” Go to Target Market News
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