Dispute Between Spectrum And Walt Disney Company Leaves Some Mizzou Football Fans Angry And In The Dark For Season Opener

A multitude of Missouri Tigers football fans are expressing their displeasure on social media after being in the dark on Thursday night.

Just as the Tigers football season kicked off last (Thursday) night a dispute between the Walt Disney Company and Charter/Spectrum caused the Mizzou season opener to be blacked out regionally.

Among those channels included in the dispute are ESPN, and the SEC Network.

Walt Disney and Charter Communications have been in a distribution dispute.

Spectrum tweeted out “The Walt Disney Company has removed their programming from Spectrum which creates hardship for our customers.

We offered Disney a fair deal, yet they are demanding an excessive increase.

The message appeared periodically on the blank channel after the game started.

Many people took to Facebook saying they would be ending their subscription with Spectrum or that they already had done so.

There is no indication when the dispute will end.



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