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Time Warner Cable is telling local subscribers it will continue to carry Fox network programs into January and beyond, even if its deal with the owner of WUTV, the local Fox affiliate, expires and the station is dropped from the local cable system.
WUTV, owned by Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcast Group, could disappear from the Time Warner lineup Jan. 1 if no deal is reach to extend the agreement that allows the cable company to carry the channel.
But local Time Warner officials said Wednesday that they have an arrangement that will allow the cable system to continue carrying Fox’s national programming More…