Great. Like I said I never though of that.OTA will not be affected.
Ok, didn't know that. I wasn't sure who owned the station. I assumed that it was all part of the dispute that everyone else was talking about since the dates were the same. Is there some correlation?WISC is part of a different ongoing negotiations with Morgan Murphy Media.
As far as I know, no correlation. These takedown messages started 1 day before Tegna's messages so who knows.Ok, didn't know that. I wasn't sure who owned the station. I assumed that it was all part of the dispute that everyone else was talking about since the dates were the same. Is there some correlation?
Love their explanation about there is no reason for fees to be passed on to viewers. That's what I would expect. These other site that aren't saying anything, makes my think they're hiding something.
Sinclair owns the Seattle affiliate, KUNS. And it's been off dish since the Univision kerfuffle began. In fact, all Univision has left on dish is Fusion. Not sure why dish doesn't give Telemundo a bit of an upgrade, but then I don't speak Spanish or spell the word 'and' with only the letter y.On that note, Both the Univision stations in Seattle & Portland are not owned by Univision, so does that mean Dish has a dispute with that corp too?
But if the Tegna station in whatever part of Texas this station's in happens to be the ABC affiliate there will be hell to pay. KVUE is, they'd better be prepared for a visit from a very mad BEVO. ESPN had better be prepared for the potential onslaught of 'volunteers' on their video steam, too.Maybe not because DISH has the Pac10.