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What Happened to Fuse Channel on Comcast & Verizon?

fuse logoThe Jennifer Lopez-owned network Fuse has been dropped by both Comcast Xfinity TV and Verizon FiOS TV as of Dec. 31, 2018

Both MSOs claim the decision was made based on the cost of programming.

But Fuse disagrees. “This is another instance of one of our nation’s largest telecommunications companies taking action inconsistent with its public posture regarding diversity,” said a Fuse spokesperson.

Lopez’s NuvoTV channel bought Fuse in 2014 for $226 million.

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  1. Please put Fuse back on Verizon Fios, this is not okay. There were some really great ethnic shows centered around woman in a positive way such as Sister Sister, The Parkers, and Moesha. Please bring this network back.

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