Khan decided to switch allegiances to Primetime TV, a new subscription-based broadcaster available on satellite and cable TV, after falling out with Sky.
The move came after Sky, the UK's biggest boxing broadcaster, opted against offering his WBA light-welterweight title defence against Paul McCloskey this Saturday on Sky Box Office.
Despite the fact that the fight ended with a relatively unexciting points win after McCloskey suffered an accidental cut in the sixth round, Khan's promoter De La Hoya believes that Sky made a "big mistake" in not supporting the British fighter.
According to PA, he said: "Amir is still the WBA champion of the world. When you have 17,000 people in this arena and it is televised on Primetime, and with the bright future of Amir Khan and the fights he's going to have in the future, I believe Sky made a big mistake."
De La Hoya said that his Golden Boy Promotions vehicle would be talking directly with Primetime about supporting the new entrant into the boxing market in future.
"We have an extensive library of fights, more than 100 fighters in our stable and most of them are world champions. We're going to talk [with Primetime]. And we're going to talk soon," he said.
"I'm going to have my people here in a few weeks to sit down and work something out because they've stuck behind Amir Khan and we appreciate that.
"We know you (Primetime) want to be a player in the boxing world. Well, you have the biggest promoter in the world today right now telling you we're going to work together and that's the bottom line."