The Margin: U.S. Open players are getting ESPN for free in their hotel rooms after the Disney-Spectrum dispute blocked them


After some U.S. Open players made a racket about being blocked from watching the tennis tournament during the Disney-Spectrum cable dispute, ESPN has offered a temporary solution: giving away access to the company’s internal app.

ESPN and several other Disney-owned channels recently went dark on Charter Spectrum after the two companies could not come to terms on a broadcasting fees contract, resulting in nearly 15 million cable users losing out on the ESPN family of channels. And this week, those blacked out channels are broadcasting…

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