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Tribune, Charter resolve carriage spat, renew agreement

Tribune Media Co.-owned Tribune Broadcasting Co. LLC and Charter Communications Inc. have reached a new carriage deal to restore Tribune Broadcasting's local TV stations and cable service WGN America (US) to Spectrum's cable systems.

The deal, terms of which were not disclosed, ended a blackout of 33 Tribune stations that affected 6 million Spectrum customers in 24 markets and also restored WGN America to 14 million Spectrum subscribers who lost access to the cable service Jan. 2 after the companies failed to reach a retransmission-consent renewal.