Time Warner Cable has terminated their agreement with CurrentTV following its sale to Al Jazeera.
The company said in a statement provided to EW that they will no longer be carrying the service and “are removing the service as quickly as possible.”
According to reports, the removal of the network from the TWC system began last night, shortly after news of the sale to the controversial network became public. Removal began in the New York area, and elimination from all markets is reportedly near completion.
Some have speculated that the move was political — as Al Jazeera has drawn both commendation »
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