A judge has ordered Univision stations to be restored on Charter Communications systems, issuing a temporary restraining order as the companies continue their carriage standoff.
“On Thursday, a New York Supreme Court judge ordered Univision’s O&O station signals restored to Charter systems for seven days while the sides fight it out in court,” Variety reports. “The judge’s order applies to Univision O&Os across all of the affected Charter markets. Most of the signals went back up on Charter systems Thursday evening.”
The report adds: “Univision noted that the judge’s order requires Charter to post a bond covering ‘the actual market value of Univision programming, rather than the inadequate rates that Charter Spectrum has been paying.’”