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AT&T, Nexstar settle carriage dispute with new multi-year deal

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AT&T announced that its carriage dispute with Nexstar has ended, with the companies reaching a new multi-year deal that allows some 120 stations, including ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC affiliate stations, to return to DirecTV, AT&T TV and U-verse platforms. The deal comes around 8 weeks after AT&T blacked out the Nexstar channels on 04 July when it was unable to reach agreement on a new carriage deal.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: DirecTV / Nexstar Broadcasting
Countries: United States
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