Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The Northland 's NewsCenter has resolved it's dispute with Charter Cable Company.
Customers in the Duluth Superior area will once again be able to watch programming on MY9 and CW2.
Management at the Northland's News Center refused to disclose the precise terms of the settlement, but say they were pleased with the resolution.
My 9 and the CW 2 were pulled off the Charter Cable system on March 12, in a dispute over payments for re-transmission demanded by the Northland's Newscenter.
The Northland's News Center has now reached an agreement with Charter about the amount of money the cable company would pay the news station to carry the two channels.
Charter Communications says they will restore the signals for their customers as soon as possible.
"We are very pleased to have this resolved," David Jensch, Northland's NewsCenter Station Manager said. "Obviously you never want a dispute like this to result in a black out of any kind. So we're happy that that's over."
A new local sports show, called Bulldog Country will soon begin airing on MY9.
The local and college sports show will premiere August 31, and will feature high school and college coaches.