AT&T's U-verse licensing deals: MTV, BET, TV One

AT&T closed a whole slew of content licensing deals for its U-verse network, which is currently launched in San Antonio, but won't be available across AT&T 13-state service area until sometime in 2008. MTV Networks and BET just announced their partnership with AT&T for U-verse today, and the new entertainment and lifestyle television network for African-American adults, TV One, signed on very recently too.

For more on AT&T's U-verse content deals:
- see this press release on the MTVN deal
- peruse this press release on the TV One deal

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