Programming Changes

Most of the channels that we offer are owned by media companies other than Comcast, which means we need to pay those companies in order to bring their channels to our customers. We negotiate contracts with these media companies to obtain the rights to carry their channels, on-demand content, and streaming apps on our platforms. Comcast has successfully renegotiated thousands of expiring contracts over the years and rarely experienced an interruption of service. For more information on how we work with programmers, visit  How It Works.


We list below contracts for channels that have recently expired or may expire soon, as well as other recent and upcoming programming changes. Once a channel contract expires, we no longer have the right to carry that channel and associated on-demand content on our platforms. Loss of broadcast stations listed here would include loss of the multicast signals, if any, associated with the stations. This site (or a link to another dedicated site) will be updated to reflect status changes to the listed channels.



  • INSP
  • KCNC – Denver – CBS (will no longer be available in Colorado Springs-Pueblo on April 25)


  • KDKA – Pittsburgh – CBS (will no longer be available in Johnstown-Altoona on June 12)
  • WCBS – New York – CBS (will no longer be available in Hartford-New Haven on June 12)
  • WTAE – Pittsburgh – ABC (will no longer be available in Johnstown-Altoona on June 12)