Today AT&T TV NOW contacted subscribers to inform them that on January 23rd, 2020 AT&T will be dropping the Fusion channel from AT&T TV NOW.
Fusion is owned by Univision Communications and describes itself as a channel that offers “the latest news and information from Hispanic America’s most trusted team of journalists. From Jorge Ramos to the dedicated team behind UNews, Fusion covers the news of your world, with a special focus on the stories that matter to you – from politics to immigration, and beyond. Daily newscasts, documentary programming, and investigative reporting backed by the award-winning journalism of Univision, in English. Your stories, your world, your language. This is Fusion.”
Here is the email that went out to AT&T TV NOW subscribers today:
Hi Valued Customer,
Effective 1/23/20 our rights to provide the Fusion channel will expire. While we will no longer offer this service, we continue to provide many other lifestyle and entertainment services including A+E, AMC, Fuse, IFC, Sundance TV, Syfy and Vice, among others. We regret any inconvenience. To change or cancel your package, visit your account.
Thank you for choosing AT&T TV NOW.
No word on why this is happening or if this channel will be dropped from other services including DIRECTV or U-verse TV.
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