That time of the year again.. carriage agreement deadlines

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by n3ntj, Dec 28, 2016.

  1. Jan 7, 2017 #121 of 127
    augisdad

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    KMBC 9 and KCWE 29 in Kansas City are back on as of this morning. ABC On Demand 1007 is back as well as of 8:30pm CST.
     
  2. Jan 8, 2017 #122 of 127
    CTJon

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    On demand for me back this am - Sunday - wasn't back yesterday. I also had found that after the channel disappeared on the 1st - on demand for it was still available a day later so..
    All set for me now
     
  3. je4755

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    In Monterey, there has been a “trifecta” of contract disputes with DirecTV. Initially we lost our ABC and NBC affiliates for a week; as of last night, we no longer could view CBS. I’m fortunate to have Comcast as a backup provider, enabling me to watch all NFL playoff games this weekend.
     
  4. augisdad

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    My son informed me this afternoon that FOX was off the air in Columbia MO. Apparently this extends to the ABC affiliate as well both owned by News Press Gazette. Looks like this affects around 18 NPG stations owned in 7 states.
     
  5. dp35654

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    IL, Grundy...
    The FCC needs to pay attention which looks like someone is getting expensive gifts from att

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  6. dpeters11

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    Not long ago, Hearst stations were off DirecTV for about a week. I just looked at the Dish status, 17 days and counting.

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  7. slice1900

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    I saw an article where Dish asked Hearst to give them the same deal they gave Directv, but Hearst refused. Probably partly because they've had another year or whatever to get more greedy, and partly because Directv/AT&T having twice as many customers gives them additional bargaining power.
     

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