AT&T has been quiet on its programming lineup for u-verse in San Antonio, only announcing a deal with Discovery so far (Cfax, 7/12). But new Website snapped a photo of a programming guide (current as of 6/30) that shows nearly all of the big programmers having carriage. Among those missing from the lineup are AMC (and all its Rainbow brethren), Lifetime and TV Guide Channel. An AT&T spokesman declined to discuss specific programming deals. "We continue to grow the lineup and will be announcing more programming deals throughout the summer," he said. U-verse has a large slate of channels from Turner, Disney/ESPN, A&E Ent, Viacom, Fox Cable, NBCU, Discovery and Scripps. Comcast nets such as E! and OLN also have a distribution deal. Independent nets with carriage include NFL Network (not carried by Time Warner, the incumbent operator in San Antonio), FamilyNet, Hallmark and Wealth TV. Under the u-verse lineup, Channel 1 is earmarked for VOD, while channel 2500 is dubbed AT&T U-Verse. Sports Pack: U-verse is offering a $10/month sports tier for subs who choose one of its smaller bundles. The tier includes GolTV, HRTV and Sportsman Channel.

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Nielsen Gauges Cross-Platform Viewership

Nielsen launched monthly viewership visualization tool “The Gauge” Thursday. It shows how audiences in the US use streaming services on their TVs and how the streaming usage compares to traditional

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