6 JUL 2020

VIACOMCBS AND DISH RENEW THEIR CARRIAGE AGREEMENT

ViacomCBS and Dish Network Corporation announced a multi-year renewal of their carriage agreement to continue delivering ViacomCBS’s portfolio of broadcast, entertainment, news and sports networks to Dish and Sling TV customers.

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ViacomCBS and Dish Network Corporation announced a multi-year renewal of their carriage agreement to continue delivering ViacomCBS’s portfolio of broadcast, entertainment, news and sports networks to Dish and Sling TV customers.

No changes will be made on the Dish side, but there will be changes on Sling, according to sources familiar with the matter cited in The Streamable. In the near future, it is expected that ViacomCBS channels carried on Sling Blue base package will also be available on Sling Orange.

BET, Comedy Central, and Nick Jr. are currently part of Sling’s Blue Plan ($30), while the rest are a part of various add-ons to the Sling service. ViacomCBS and Dish last signed a multi-year deal in April 2016, which was set to expire.

ViacomCBS’s channels are currently available to stream most widely on Philo ($20), as well as AT&T TV Now ($55), fuboTV ($60) and YouTube TV ($65).