Witching-Hour Deal for Cablevision and Viacom
TV & Streaming
Cablevision and Viacom have finally reached a deal, and not a moment too soon.
With about an hour to go before Times Square was set to usher in the New Year to the strains of "Auld Lang Syne," the cable provider and the entertainment conglomerate have hammered out a deal to keep SpongeBob and the Situation lit up in New Jersey and Long Island.
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