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AT&T & DIRECTV Reach Deal With American Spirit Media

AT&T has reached a new carriage deal with American Spirit Media, ending a four-month blackout of the broadcaster’s local channels on both AT&T’s U-verse and DIRECTV TV services. DIRECTV subscribers have been missing seven American Spirit Media stations due to the dispute since September 21. Click Amazon: See Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals! The seven stations are:

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Broadcaster Urges DIRECTV Subs to Seek Refunds In Fee Fight

The fee fight between AT&T/DIRECTV and seven local stations owned by American Spirit Media has entered its fourth month with the broadcaster urging AT&T’s U-verse and DIRECTV subscribers to seek a refund. “Make your voice heard and tell them enough is enough. Call DIRECTV and AT&T U-Verse customer service. Post on Facebook. Tell them you

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AT&T’s U-verse Becomes 6th Major Pay TV Op to Hike Prices

AT&T’s U-verse TV today became the sixth major pay TV provider to announce a press increase for existing subscribers’ video plans for 2018. The increase, which becomes effective on January 21, 2018, ranges from $2 a month for U-verse’s U-Family and U-Family All In plans to $8 a month for U-verse’s U-400, U-450 and U-450

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AT&T & DIRECTV: One Blackout Ends; 2 More Continue

AT&T’s U-verse is once again carrying three Capitol Broadcasting-owned local stations in North Carolina after the two companies agreed to a new carriage pact. The stations, which had been unavailable to U-verse subscribers for more than two months, are: WRAL, the NBC affiliate in Raleigh, North Carolina, WILM, an independent station in Wilmington, North Carolina, and

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AT&T Wants You to ‘Watch TV’

AT&T has filed a trademark application for the logo, Watch TV, which would be used for an app that streams content to a variety of devices, including computers, tablets, phones and televisions. The trademark request, which was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 7, does not specify which service, or services,

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Will AT&T Sell DIRECTV Or CNN?

News Analysis Several news organizations yesterday reported that the Justice Department is demanding that AT&T sell either DIRECTV or Turner (which owns CNN, a subject of President Trump’s ire) to get approval of its merger with Time Warner. First, allow me to note that I have been saying for nearly a year that the Trump administration

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Updated: AT&T to End Streaming At Uverse.com

Starting next month, AT&T says U-verse TV subscribers will no longer be able to stream live channels and On Demand programs at Uverse.com. “Streaming via browser will no longer be available after October,” the telco says in a notice at Uverse.com. “Download the U-verse app for your iOS, Android, or Amazon devices to keep streaming.”

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