‘I want my MTV’: Sling TV gets Comedy Central and more after Viacom deal



“I want my MTV.”

That was the now-famous marketing gimmick that an upstart network once used to get audiences to pressure their cable companies into carrying MTV, the new youth-oriented music channel.

It worked. MTV became a cultural phenomenon that is now available in more than 93 million homes.

And pretty soon, it’s going to be in a lot more.

On Thursday, Viacom and DISH Network announced a new agreement to keep the cable company’s 18 channels on the service — including Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, VH1, Spike, BET and, of course, MTV.

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