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Fox, Time Warner Nail Down a Deal

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Looks like Fox programming won't go to the wayside. Time Warner's Director of Digital Communication, @jeffTWC on Twitter tweeted: "Attn Time Warner Cable customers: We have a deal with Fox. Your programming is safe. Please RT" Fox programming was supposed to be cut for Time Warner Cable customers at midnight last night, but the two companies extended talks. At issue was that Fox wanted more money per subscriber.

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