Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network reaches deal with AT&T

AT&T’s DirecTV, Uverse and AT&T TV will carry the channel when it launches in February.

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AT&T has agreed to carry the Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network next year.

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The Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network has found a home.

AT&T and Sinclair Broadcasting, which co-owns Marquee with the Cubs, announced the channel will be carried on AT&T’s DirecTV, Uverse and AT&T TV. The channel, which is expected to launch in February, will be the only place to watch Cubs game on television.

The AT&T/Sinclair deal also includes the Sinclair-owned Tennis Channel and 21 other regional sports networks the company acquired earlier this year from the Walt Disney Co.

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