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DISH NETWORK EXPECTED TO DROP 108 TV STATIONS IMPACTING 3.5 MILLION SUBSCRIBERS IN 38% OF THE COUNTRY

Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBGI), the "Company" or "Sinclair," announced today that it is unlikely that a carriage agreement with DISH Network will be reached before the August 16, 2021 expiration of their current agreement for DISH’s carriage of Sinclair’s broadcast stations and Tennis Channel. As a result, all Sinclair broadcast TV stations (see list below) and Tennis Channel would no longer be carried by DISH Network. In total, 108 broadcast TV stations are expected to be dropped, including 97 ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC affiliates.

DISH Network has a demonstrated track record of dropping local and national programming that viewers value. DISH has recently had carriage disruptions, some of which continue to this day, with the NFL Network, HBO, the Bally Sports Regional Sports Networks, Mid Atlantic Sports Network, Altitude Sports Network, the NBC RSNs, Nexstar Media Group, E.W. Scripps Co., Mission Broadcasting, Cox Media Group, Sunbeam Broadcasting, and Capital Broadcasting. In the past few years, DISH Network has dropped over 230 channels due to carriage disputes.

"We have tried unsuccessfully to reach fair and customary terms with DISH Network for the renegotiation of our retransmission consent," stated David Gibber, Sinclair’s General Counsel. "Given the status of these negotiations, we feel it is important to alert DISH Network subscribers to the real risk that some of their favorite stations will no longer be available through DISH Network including their access to live, local news, popular syndicated programming, sports programming including college and NFL football, and the network programming of our ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and CW affiliates in those markets. DISH subscribers are also at risk of losing Tennis Channel. With this loss, tennis fans will not be able to see wall-to-wall coverage of the Western & Southern Open from Cincinnati, OH in the run-up to the last Grand Slam of the year, the US Open."

On-demand access and online access to the programming for DISH Network subscribers would also be lost at such time.

"We apologize to our viewers for the inconvenience this may cause although our programming will continue to be available either through other program providers or via over-the-air antenna reception," Gibber continued. "We encourage subscribers in these markets to contact DISH Network and let them know that it is important to them that DISH Network carry these stations and that they should switch to another TV provider if they care about their news, local and national sports, and top tier entertainment programming."

DISH Network subscribers wishing to discontinue their service can do so by calling DISH Network at 866-974-0781. Customers looking to switch providers can reach DIRECTV at 888-777-2454.

The following stations will no longer be available after August 16, 2021 to DISH Network subscribers if DISH Network continues to reject Sinclair's offers, which are consistent with the terms offered to other MVPDs.

Abilene-Sweetwater, TX: KTXS (ABC)

Albany - Schnectady - Troy, NY: WRGB (CBS), WCWN (CW)

Albany, GA: WFXL (FOX)

Amarillo, TX: KVII (ABC), KVII-2 (CW)

Austin, TX: KEYE (CBS)

Bakersfield, CA: KBAK (CBS), KBFX (FOX)

Baltimore, MD: WBFF (FOX), WBFF-2 (MyTV)

Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX: KFDM (CBS), KFDM-3 (FOX), KFDM-2 (CW)

Birmingham (Anniston and Tuscaloosa), AL: WBMA (ABC), WTTO (CW), WABM (MyTV)

Boise, ID: KBOI (CBS), KYUU (CW)

Buffalo, NY: WUTV (FOX), WNYO (MyTV)

Butte-Bozeman, MT: KTVM (NBC)

Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City & Dubuque, IA: KGAN (CBS), KGAN-2 (FOX)

Champaign & Springfield-Decatur, IL: WICD (ABC)

Charleston, SC: WCIV-2 (ABC), WCIV (MyTV)

Charleston-Huntington, WV: WCHS (ABC), WCHS-2 (FOX)

Chattanooga, TN: WTVC (ABC), WTVC-2 (FOX)

Chico-Redding, CA: KRCR (ABC), KRVU (MyTV)

Cincinnati, OH: WKRC (CBS)

Columbia, SC: WACH (FOX)

Columbia-Jefferson City, MO: KRCG (CBS)

Columbus, OH: WSYX (ABC), WSYX-3 (FOX)

Corpus Christi, TX: KSCC (FOX), KSCC-3 (MyTV)

Dayton, OH: WKEF (ABC), WKEF-2 (FOX)

Des Moines-Ames, IA: KDSM (FOX)

El Paso (Las Cruces), TX-NM: KFOX (FOX), KDBC (CBS)

Eugene, OR: KVAL (CBS)

Eureka, CA: KAEF (ABC), KECA (CW)

Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI: WSMH (FOX)

Fresno-Visalia, CA: KMPH (FOX), KFRE (CW)

Gainesville, FL: WGFL (CBS), WGFL-2 (MyTV)

Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, MI: WWMT (CBS), WWMT-2 (CW)

Green Bay-Appleton, WI: WLUK (FOX), WCWF (CW)

Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem, NC: WXLV (ABC), WMYV (MyTV)

Greenville-New Bern-Washington, NC: WCTI (ABC)

Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville-Anderson, SC-NC: WLOS (ABC)

Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York, PA: WHP (CBS), WHP-3 (CW)

Johnstown-Altoona-State College, PA: WJAC (NBC)

Las Vegas, NV: KSNV (NBC), KVCW (CW), KVCW-2 (MyTV)

Lincoln & Hastings-Kearny, NE: KHGI (ABC), KFXL (FOX)

Little Rock-Pine Bluff, AR: KATV (ABC)

Macon, GA: WGXA (FOX), WGXA-2 (ABC)

Madison, WI: WMSN (FOX)

Medford-Klamath Falls, OR: KTVL (CBS), KTVL-2 (CW)

Milwaukee, WI: WVTV (CW), WVTV-2 (MyTV)

Minneapolis, MN: WUCW (CW)

Missoula, MT: KECI (NBC)

Mobile-Pensacola (Ft. Walton Beach), AL-FL: WEAR (ABC), WFGX (MyTV/ThisTV)

Myrtle Beach-Florence, SC: WPDE (ABC)

Nashville, TN: WZTV (FOX), WUXP (MyTV)

Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, VA: WTVZ (MyTV)

Oklahoma City, OK: KOKH (FOX), KOCB (CW)

Omaha, NE: KPTM (FOX)

Ottumwa-Kirksville, IA-MO: KTVO (ABC), KTVO-2 (CBS)

Pittsburgh, PA: WPGH (FOX), WPNT (MyTV)

Portland-Auburn, ME: WGME (CBS)

Portland, OR: KATU (ABC)

Providence-New Bedford, RI-MA: WJAR (NBC)

Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk, IL-MO-IA: KHQA (CBS), KHQA-2 (ABC)

Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville), NC: WLFL (CW), WRDC (MyTV)

Reno, NV: KRXI (FOX)

Richmond-Petersburg, VA: WRLH (FOX)

Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA: WSET (ABC)

Rochester, NY: WUHF (FOX)

Salt Lake City, UT: KUTV (CBS), KMYU (MyTV)

San Angelo, TX: KTXE (ABC)

San Antonio, TX: KABB (FOX), WOAI (NBC)

Savannah, GA: WTGS (FOX)

Seattle-Tacoma, WA: KOMO (ABC)

Sioux City, IA: KPTH (FOX), KPTH-3 (CBS)

South Bend-Elkhart, IN: WSBT (CBS), WSBT-2 (FOX)

Spokane, WA: KLEW (CBS)

St. Louis, MO: KDNL (ABC)

Syracuse, NY: WSTM (NBC), WSTM-2 (CW)

Tallahassee-Thomasville, FL-GA: WTWC (NBC), WTWC-2 (FOX)

Toledo, OH: WNWO (NBC)

Traverse City-Cadillac, MI: WPBN (NBC)

Tri-Cities, TN-VA: WCYB (NBC), WCYB-2 (CW)

Tulsa, OK: KTUL (ABC)

Washington, DC (Hagerstown, MD): WJLA (ABC)

West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce, FL: WPEC (CBS), WTVX (CW)

Wheeling-Steubenville, WV-OH: WTOV (NBC), WTOV-2 (FOX)

Wichita-Hutchinson Plus, KS: KSAS (FOX)

Wilkes Barre-Scranton-Hazleton, PA: WOLF (FOX), WQMY (MyTV)

Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick, WA: KIMA (CBS), KIMA-2 (CW)

About Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.

Sinclair is a diversified media company and leading provider of local sports and news. The Company owns and/or operates 21 regional sports network brands; owns, operates and/or provides services to 185 television stations in 86 markets; is a leading local news provider in the country; owns multiple national networks; and has TV stations affiliated with all the major broadcast networks. Sinclair's content is delivered via multiple platforms, including over-the-air, multi-channel video program distributors, and digital platforms. The Company regularly uses its website as a key source of Company information, which can be accessed at www.sbgi.net.

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Dish-Sinclair carriage dispute could remove 100+ channels from satellite TV provider


A dispute between satellite TV provider Dish and media company Sinclair could result in more than 100 local TV stations being removed from the pay TV service.

Sinclair Broadcast Group, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, said Monday an agreement with Dish is unlikely to be reached before the companies' current one expires Aug. 16. If that is the result, 108 Sinclair stations and its Tennis Channel would be removed. The stations include 97 ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC affiliates and their removal would impact 3.5 million Dish subscribers across 38% of the country, Sinclair said.

Englewood, Colorado-based Dish has 8.55 million satellite TV subscribers and 2.44 million Sling TV subscribers. These negotiation with Sinclair do not involve Sling, Dish said.

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As is typical in these carriage disputes, both sides say the other is to blame. Dish "has a demonstrated track record of dropping local and national programming that viewers value," Sinclair said in a press release about the standoff.

"DISH has recently had carriage disruptions, some of which continue to this day, with the NFL Network, HBO, the Bally Sports Regional Sports Networks, Mid Atlantic Sports Network, Altitude Sports Network, the NBC RSNs, Nexstar Media Group, E.W. Scripps Co., Mission Broadcasting, Cox Media Group, Sunbeam Broadcasting, and Capital Broadcasting. In the past few years, DISH Network has dropped over 230 channels due to carriage disputes," Sinclair said.

You can see the list of channels that Sinclair says could be dropped. Sinclair's markets include Austin, Texas, Birmingham, Ala., Chattanooga, Tenn., Cincinnati, Green Bay-Appleton, Wisc., Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Seattle-Tacoma and Washington.

"The media conglomerate is trying to use its market power to demand an unreasonable fee increase, using millions of Americans as pawns in its negotiations," Dish said in a press release. "Sinclair is demanding DISH pay nearly a billion dollars in fees for their television channels – a massive increase from what we pay for these same channels today despite declining viewership,” said Dish TV group president Brian Neylon said in a statement.

Dish said it is still planning to negotiate, he said. “There is still time to reach an agreement with Sinclair that is fair for all parties involved, especially our customers,” Neylon said.

Rich Greenfield, partner and media and technology analyst at LightShed Partners, tweeted that Sinclair is "trying to FORCE carriage of" the regional sports networks it acquired two years ago from Disney. Disney had to sell them to gain approval for its $71 billion bid for Fox.

Less than two weeks ago, Dish ended a dispute with AT&T that kept HBO and Cinemax off its system for more than three years.

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Sitting down in front of the TV to watch an episode of your favorite show can be one of life's great comforts. But depending on which service you use to get access to the airwaves, you might be out of luck for the time being. That's because one popular TV provider just lost 64 major channels across the U.S. Read on to see which networks are no longer available for millions of viewers.

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On Oct. 6, Dish TV announced that media company Tegna had removed local stations from its airwaves at 9 p.m. ET after it had demanded a massive fee increase for the right to carry them. The move leaves nearly 3 million Dish TV subscribers across more than 50 markets nationwide without access to major networks as the companies continue to clash.

"The programmer is using customers as negotiation leverage, demanding a massive fee increase to nearly a billion dollars and holding viewers hostage during football season," Dish TV said in a statement.

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The breakdown in negotiations is affecting Dish subscribers in 53 markets, including Atlanta, Denver, Sacramento, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Washington, Buffalo, Knoxville, Des Moines, Jacksonville, San Diego, and Seattle. The list of 64 stations that have gone dark for customers includes major networks, such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, MNT, and TDO.

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In its statement, Dish explains that broadcasters such as Tegna began charging cable and satellite companies for the right to carry the "free" network channels for the public nearly two decades ago. However, the satellite provider argues that fees have skyrocketed since and that the broadcaster is simply trying to position itself to cash in big when they attempt to sell rights to the networks later on.

"We made a fair offer to keep Tegna stations available to our customers, but Tegna rejected it, forcing the removal of its channels," Brian Neylon, group president of Dish TV, said in a statement. "Tegna is looking to sell its stations to the highest bidder and is simply trying to exploit Dish customers as a way to get the maximum price and further fatten their wallets."

"Tegna is demanding we pay for 100 percent of our subscribers in their markets, regardless of whether these subscribers receive or want Tegna's programming," added Neylon. "As one of the nation's largest local station owners, they are more interested in increasing their bottom line by charging our customers more money than providing programming to viewers under fair terms."

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This is not the first time the two companies have come to blows over fees: In 2015, a similar dispute saw Tegna pull its channels from 38 markets resulting in a blackout that lasted three days, Deadline reports. But as customers are left without access to major networks and channels, both sides appear to be holding fast to their argument.

"We apologize to our customers and we're deeply disappointed in Tegna's decision to remove its channels from Dish in an effort to try and force an unjustifiable fee increase that directly impacts our customers," Neylon said in the statement. "We can't sit by and accept Tegna's unreasonable demands. We will continue fighting on behalf of our customers to come to a fair deal that is beneficial for all."

Tegna also appeared unwavering in an announcement of its own, saying: "Dish has refused to reach a fair, market-based agreement with us based on the competitive terms we've used to reach deals with numerous other providers that reflect the current market. We regret any inconvenience for any of our customers, and hope that Dish will come back to the table to get a deal done to return our valuable programming to their system."

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DISH Network is expected to drop 112 Sinclair-owned TV stations next Monday, according to a statement from Sinclair today.

Sinclair announced today that “it is unlikely” that DISH and Sinclair will come to an agreement on carriage terms before the current agreement expires on August 16, 2021. As a result, DISH will lose broadcast stations and Tennis Channel. The loss would impact 3.5 million customers.

“We have tried unsuccessfully to reach fair and customary terms with DISH Network for the renegotiation of our retransmission consent,” stated David Gibber, Sinclair’s General Counsel. “Given the status of these negotiations, we feel it is important to alert DISH Network subscribers to the real risk that some of their favorite stations will no longer be available through DISH Network including their access to live, local news, popular syndicated programming, sports programming including college and NFL football, and the network programming of our ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and CW affiliates in those markets. DISH subscribers are also at risk of losing Tennis Channel. With this loss, tennis fans will not be able to see wall-to-wall coverage of the Western & Southern Open from Cincinnati, OH in the run-up to the last Grand Slam of the year, the US Open.”

The stations being dropped by DISH if the agreement cannot be reached include:

  • Abilene-Sweetwater, TX: KTXS (ABC)
  • Albany – Schnectady – Troy, NY: WRGB (CBS)
  • Albany, GA: WFXL (FOX)
  • Amarillo, TX: KVII (ABC), KVII-2 (CW)
  • Austin, TX: KEYE (CBS)
  • Bakersfield, CA: KBAK (CBS), KBFX (FOX)
  • Baltimore, MD: WBFF (FOX), WBFF-2 (MyTV)
  • Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX: KFDM (CBS), KFDM-3 (FOX), KFDM-3 VIE (FOX), KFDM-2 (CW)
  • Birmingham (Anniston and Tuscaloosa), AL: WBMA (ABC), WTTO (CW), WABM (MyTV)
  • Boise, ID: KBOI (CBS), KYUU (CW Plus)
  • Buffalo, NY: WUTV (FOX), WNYO (MyTV)
  • Butte-Bozeman, MT: KTVM (NBC)
  • Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City & Dubuque, IA: KGAN (CBS), KGAN-2 (FOX)
  • Champaign & Springfield-Decatur, IL: WICD (ABC)
  • Charleston, SC: WCIV-2 (ABC), WCIV (MyTV)
  • Charleston-Huntington, WV: WCHS (ABC), WCHS-2 (FOX)
  • Chattanooga, TN: WTVC (ABC), WTVC-2 (FOX)
  • Chico-Redding, CA: KRCR (ABC), KRVU (MyTV)
  • Cincinnati, OH: WKRC (CBS)
  • Columbia, SC: WACH (FOX)
  • Columbia-Jefferson City, MO: KRCG (CBS)
  • Columbus, OH: WSYX (ABC), WSYX-3 (FOX)
  • Corpus Christi, TX: KSCC (FOX), KTOV (MyTV)
  • Dayton, OH: WKEF (ABC), WKEF-2 (FOX)
  • Des Moines-Ames, IA: KDSM (FOX)
  • El Paso (Las Cruces), TX-NM: KFOX (FOX), KDBC (CBS)
  • Eugene, OR: KVAL (CBS)
  • Eureka, CA: KAEF (ABC), KECA (CW)
  • Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI: WSMH (FOX)
  • Fresno-Visalia, CA: KMPH (FOX), KFRE (CW)
  • Gainesville, FL: WGFL (CBS), WGFL-2 (MyTV)
  • Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, MI: WWMT (CBS), WWMT-2 (CW)
  • Green Bay-Appleton, WI: WLUK (FOX), WCWF (CW)
  • Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem, NC: WXLV (ABC), WMYV (MyTV)
  • Greenville-New Bern-Washington, NC: WCTI (ABC)
  • Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville-Anderson, SC-NC: WLOS (ABC)
  • Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York, PA: WHP (CBS), WHP-3 (CW)
  • Johnstown-Altoona-State College, PA: WJAC (NBC)
  • Las Vegas, NV: KSNV (NBC), KVCW (CW), KVCW-2 (MyTV)
  • Lexington, KY: WDKY (FOX)
  • Lincoln & Hastings-Kearny, NE: KHGI (ABC), KFXL (FOX)
  • Little Rock-Pine Bluff, AR: KATV (ABC)
  • Macon, GA: WGXA (FOX), WGXA-2 (ABC)
  • Madison, WI: WMSN (FOX)
  • Medford-Klamath Falls, OR: KTVL (CBS), KTVL-2 (CW Plus)
  • Milwaukee, WI: WVTV (CW), WVTV-2 (MyTV)
  • Minneapolis, MN: WUCW (CW)
  • Missoula, MT: KECI (NBC)
  • Mobile-Pensacola (Ft. Walton Beach), AL-FL: WEAR (ABC), WFGX (MyTV/ThisTV)
  • Myrtle Beach-Florence, SC: WPDE (ABC)
  • Nashville, TN: WZTV (FOX), WUXP (MyTV)
  • Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, VA: WTVZ (MyTV)
  • Oklahoma City, OK: KOKH (FOX), KOCB (CW)
  • Omaha, NE: KPTM (FOX)
  • Ottumwa-Kirksville, IA-MO: KTVO (ABC), KTVO-2 (CBS)
  • Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg, KY-MO-IL: KBSI (FOX), WDKA (MyTV)
  • Pittsburgh, PA: WPGH (FOX), WPNT (MyTV)
  • Portland-Auburn, ME: WGME (CBS)
  • Portland, OR: KATU (ABC)
  • Providence-New Bedford, RI-MA: WJAR (NBC)
  • Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk, IL-MO-IA: KHQA (CBS), KHQA-2 (ABC)
  • Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville), NC: WLFL (CW), WRDC (MyTV)
  • Reno, NV: KRXI (FOX)
  • Richmond-Petersburg, VA: WRLH (FOX)
  • Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA: WSET (ABC)
  • Rochester, NY: WUHF (FOX)
  • Salt Lake City, UT: KUTV (CBS), KMYU (MyTV)
  • San Angelo, TX: KTXE (ABC)
  • San Antonio, TX: KABB (FOX), WOAI (NBC)
  • Savannah, GA: WTGS (FOX)
  • Seattle-Tacoma, WA: KOMO (ABC)
  • Sioux City, IA: KPTH (FOX), KPTH-3 (CBS), KPTH-3 VIE (CBS)
  • South Bend-Elkhart, IN: WSBT (CBS), WSBT-2 (FOX)
  • Spokane, WA: KLEW (CBS)
  • St. Louis, MO: KDNL (ABC)
  • Syracuse, NY: WSTM (NBC), WSTQ (CW)
  • Tallahassee-Thomasville, FL-GA: WTWC (NBC), WTWC-2 (FOX)
  • Toledo, OH: WNWO (NBC)
  • Traverse City-Cadillac, MI: WPBN (NBC)
  • Tri-Cities, TN-VA: WCYB (NBC), WCYB-2 (CW)
  • Tulsa, OK: KTUL (ABC)
  • Washington, DC (Hagerstown, MD): WJLA (ABC)
  • West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce, FL: WPEC (CBS), WTVX (CW)
  • Wheeling-Steubenville, WV-OH: WTOV (NBC), WTOV-2 (FOX)
  • Wichita-Hutchinson Plus, KS: KSAS (FOX)
  • Wilkes Barre-Scranton-Hazleton, PA: WOLF (FOX), WQMY (MyTV)
  • Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick, WA: KIMA (CBS), KIMA-2 (CW Plus)
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KUSA and KTVD, channels 9 and 20, are currently not available for DISH subscribers.

“Unfortunately, DISH refused to reach a fair, market-based agreement with us, which is why our station is not currently available on DISH,” according to interactive.9news.com.

Local NBC programming, including NFL Sunday Night Football, “The Voice,” “This Is Us,” “Chicago P.D.,” and “Law & Order: SVU,” along with local news, weather and sports, is not available to local DISH subscribers because of the impasse.

“We hope DISH appreciates how important access to our station is and comes to a fair and market-based agreement with us,” NBC said at keepmylocaltv.com.

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DISH, in a news release last week, said that Tegna Inc., owners of KUSA and KTVD, had nearly 3 million DISH TV customers that were served in 53 markets across the country prior to the negotiating deadlock.

“We made a fair offer to keep Tegna stations available to our customers, but Tegna rejected it, forcing the removal of its channels,” said Brian Neylon, group president, DISH TV.

Tegna stations carry various networks across the country, including ABC, CBS, FOX and  NBC to viewers.

Tegna’s “demands” equate to an “unreasonable fee increase,” DISH said.

The television websites encourage subscribers to switch to a new video provider or contact DISH and tell them to bring back the two Denver-area Tegna stations and others.

“KUSA and KTVD are committed to reaching fair, market-based agreements with all the video service providers in our area,” the stations said. “If DISH is willing to make the same commitment, then we are confident that we can get an agreement that restores our station to the DISH lineup.”

Consumers can access KUSA and KTVD programming on many “over-the-top (OTT) providers like DIRECTV Now and YouTube TV that offer instant access when you sign up,” the stations said.

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  • International Language Packs – Arabic, Bangla, Bengali, Brazilian, Cantonese, Chinese, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Israeli, Japanese, Kannada Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Taiwanese, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Vietnamese.

Interested in learning more about specific DISH packages or local TV channels? Call our satellite TV experts today to learn more and sign up for service.

Last updated 06/02/20.

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