Time Warner Cable announced a deal Wednesday to bring the arts network "Ovation" back to its lineup.
Time Warner Cable had dropped Ovation back on January 1, saying the network was not producing enough original arts programming.
The company's decision was met with protests from supporters who said Ovation brought arts to underserved communities.
Under the new deal, Ovation will produce more than 200 hours of original programming in 2014, eventually growing to 300 hours a year.
The channel will return on January 1, 2014.
TWC released a statement on the deal, saying, in part, "Ovation's recommitment to its mission as an arts channel strengthens and differentiates their programming. We always look for opportunities to work with networks to enhance our diverse channel lineup."
Time Warner Cable is the parent company of NY1.