A federal appellate court is allowing a group of African-American-owned television networks to pursue racial discrimination claims against Charter Communications Inc., the nation’s third-largest cable provider.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Monday upheld a lower court ruling denying Charter’s bid to knock out discrimination claims brought by Entertainment Studios, a television and motion picture company owned by African-American comedian, actor and entrepreneur Byron Allen.

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