So while searching the webs for any possible news for any updates about the Nexstar dispute I found this article from August 10th from Barron's which mentions Gray Television has a "round of negotiations that will occur in the fourth quarter." That usually means October - December. The article mentions AT&T and DirecTV (they misspelled the name btw ). Right now AT&T's U-Verse Programming Notice for USA Today doesn't have any local stations mentioned for October 2019 but this could change as it was last updated in August based on the URL. Looking at Edge Cutter's Spreadsheet (updated last week) in the Hybrid tab it seems there is some truth to the Barron's article as there are some offline alerts for some local stations and they are all Gray Television stations formally owned by Raycom Media. Baton Rouge, LA WAFB-CBS Biloxi-Gulfport, MS WLOX-ABC / WLOXD2-CBS Charleston, SC WCSC-CBS Charlotte, NC WBTV-CBS Columbia, SC WIS-NBC Hattiesburg-Laurel, MS WDAM-NBC / WDAMD2-ABC Honolulu, HI KGMB-CBS Huntsville-Decatur, AL WAFF-NBC Jackson, MS WLBT-NBC Jonesboro, AR KAIT-ABC / KAITD2-NBC Lake Charles, LA KPLC-NBC Louisville, KY WAVE-NBC Lubbock, TX KCBD-NBC Tyler-Longview, TX KLTV-ABC Wilmington, NC WECT-NBC This former Raycom Media station also had an offline alert but was sold to Lockwood Broadcasting Group: Knoxville, TN WTNZ-FOX So after connecting the dots it seems Gray Television will be negotiating with AT&T for their Raycom stations.