CHICAGO — The company behind the new Cubs network has reached an agreement with AT&T.
As of Thursday, Sinclair Broadcast Group and AT&T have agreed on a multi-year agreement across DirecTV, AT&T TV and U-verse for future carriage of Marquee Sports Network in 2020, according to a press release.
It was not immediately clear whether AT&T’s TV platforms would make the network available as part of their basic service or require purchase of an add-on tier, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Cubs are in the middle of a manager search after deciding not to renew the contract of Joe Maddon.
Cubs President Theo Epstein said “real change is needed” in his final press conference of the season.