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Verizon Fios is the latest provider to drop the One American News (OAN) network, a move that leaves the right-wing news channel without a major carrier, such as previously reported by The everyday beast. In a message on her websiteVerizon explains that as of July 31, viewers will no longer be able to access OAN.

“Our negotiations with OAN were a typical, business-as-usual coach negotiation that routinely takes place between content distributors and content providers,” Verizon said in a statement to The everyday beast. “These negotiations were focused on economics, as always, but OAN could not agree fair terms.” Verizon did not immediately respond to The edge‘s request for comment.

OAN, which is owned by California-based Herring Networks, has been criticized for: reportedly “peddling conspiracy theories and falsehoods.” In 2020, YouTube suspended the network’s channel after it promoted a fake drug for COVID-19. OAN also became the subject of a defamation lawsuit filed by the electronic voting system company Dominion over false allegations that his machines disrupted the 2020 US election. Smartmatic, another voting systems company, has ordered OAN and other conservative stations to retract their claims of voter fraud.

Last year, 16 civil rights, human rights and media justice groups signed a letter urged DirecTV to drop OAN, which it eventually did. The spin-off of AT&T decided to cancel his contract with OAN. not to be renewed in January and officially dropped the channel in April. OAN responded by Sue DirecTV and AT&T, claiming that the companies are “bending to political pressure” and could potentially lead to network shutdown. Now both Verizon and DirecTV dropped OANthe channel does not have a major broadcasting platform in the US – OANs are now only available to stream online or on select local stations.

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