DirecTV and Gannett, the parent company of First Coast News (WTLV-NBC 12 and WJXX-ABC 25), are working to reach a fee agreement for the rights to carry the two Jacksonville stations.
If a "fair, market-based" agreement is not reached by midnight Nov. 30, WTLV and WJXX may no longer be available on DirecTV, according to an informational post from Gannett.
In October, Gannett and DISH Network reached an agreement to continue carrying its channels.
Gannett pointed out in its informational post that if an agreement is not reached, customers can still view its channels free over-the-air or on other providers such as Comcast or AT&T.
I couldn't find if this impacts all Gannett stations, but here is a list of their stations according to Wikipedia:
WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee
WXIA-TV and WATL in Atlanta (Pacific and Southern Company, Inc.)
WUSA in Washington, D.C.
KPNX in Phoenix
WTSP in Tampa-St. Petersburg (Pacific and Southern Company, Inc.)
KARE in Minneapolis-Saint Paul
KUSA-TV and KTVD in Denver
WKYC-TV in Cleveland
KXTV in Sacramento, California
KSDK in St. Louis
WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan
WFMY-TV in Greensboro, North Carolina
WJXX and WTLV in Jacksonville, Florida
WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, New York
KTHV-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas
WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina
WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georgia
WCSH-TV in Portland, Maine
WLBZ-TV in Bangor, Maine