NEW YORK -- AT&T says it has reached an agreement with AMC Networks and will keep showing its AMC, IFC Sundance and WE channels.
AT&T, the eighth-largest provider of pay-TV signals, said Sunday the channels will remain available on its U-verse TV service.
Details of the agreement were not disclosed.
Fee disputes between pay-TV companies and TV channels often result in channels being temporarily dropped. They usually end with the parties reaching agreement on fees.
Satellite broadcaster Dish Network Corp. on Friday said it would replace AMC Networks Inc.'s channels with HDNet channels at midnight Saturday, ratcheting up a fee dispute. Dish did not immediately respond to a request for an update on that dispute.
The new season of "Breaking Bad," a hit AMC show, starts July 15.