Altice USA Says ‘Relief’ Coming To Sports TV Subscribers, Q1 Broadband Revenues Higher

Altice USA says its subscribers and the company will look to get price "relief" when it comes to regional and national sports networks due to the absence of live sports games and events, following the suspension of virtually all sports since mid-March. The fourth-biggest U. S. cable network says it had initial discussions with major sports networks focused not only on consumers getting relief, but on Altice getting relief in terms of the carriage fees it pays to networks. “Well, to be clear, we owe people money, all right,” said Dexter Goei, chief executive officer of Altice USA, during the earnings call with analyst on Thursday.  He added: “It’s a lot of people owing us money on this stuff.

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