SAN DIEGO, July 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States District Court, Central District of California, has ruled in favor of Herring Networks, Inc. against AT&T in a Motion to Dismiss seven asserted claims by the family owned business, paving the way to trial. Herring Networks, Inc. owns and operates national cable network brands One America News Network and AWE.
Skip Miller, counsel for plaintiff Herring Networks, Inc, and a partner in Miller Barondess, LLP in Los Angeles states, "We are very pleased with this decision upholding all our claims and keeping the parent company, AT&T, Inc., in the case as a defendant. The business of our client has been egregiously harmed, by over 100 million dollars, and we look forward to putting the case on to a jury. In addition, we will be seeking punitive damages from AT&T based on our tort claims." The 30 page ruling, in its entirety, is available at: www.oann.com/decision
One America News Network offers 21 hours of live news coverage plus two nightly, political talk shows - The Daily Ledger and Tipping Point. OAN has higher ratings than many other news channels, such as Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, BBC World News and Fusion, as measured on a leading MVPD across 65 markets and reported by third party comScore. Since its July 4, 2013 debut, One America News Network has grown its distribution to 15 million households with carriage by AT&T U-Verse TV, Verizon FiOS TV, GCI Cable, Frontier Communications, CenturyLink PRISM TV, Consolidated Communications, Duncan Cable, Buckeye CableSystems, GVTC and numerous additional video providers.