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FOX, Comcast reach multiyear carriage deal

Fox Corp. and Comcast Corp. reached a comprehensive, long-term carriage renewal pact.

The deal, terms of which were not disclosed, covers retransmission-consent for FOX (US)'s television stations, as well as carriage of cable networks FOX News Channel (US) and FOX Business Network (US).

The multiyear pact also encompasses the programmer’s sports services FOX Sports 1 (US), FOX Sports 2 (US), FOX Deportes (US) and BTN (US), the college network FOX Sports owns in conjunction with the Big Ten Conference.

Under the agreement, Comcast customers also have access to programming via TV Everywhere and video-on-demand rights.

Comcast's Xfinity video subscribers can watch Fox fare live and on-demand via the Xfinity Stream, Fox Now, Fox Sports and Fox News apps, which include dynamic advertising elements.