AT&T TV NOW & DIRECTV Re-Adds 7 Local TV Stations After a 5 Month Blackout




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AT&T TV NOW logoYesterday AT&T TV NOW and DIRECTV re-added locals owned by Deerfield Media after a 5-month prolonged blackout. This means locals in Pensacola, FL; Baltimore, MD; Reno, NV; Rochester, NY; Cincinnati, OH; Port Authur/Beaumont, TX; and Kerrville/San Antonio, TX are back on AT&T TV services.

“After more than five months of negotiations, DirecTV and Deerfield Media, LLC have reached an agreement about carrying 13WHAM ABC and CW Rochester in the Rochester, N.Y. television market.”  ABC WHAM in Rochester, NY, said in a statement on their website.

No word on how many of these TV stations are being re-added to AT&T TV NOW, but all of them should be live on DIRECTV.

Cord Cutters News has reached out to AT&T for comment and will update our story as we learn more.

Do you see your Deerfield Media owned locals back on AT&T TV NOW? Leave us a comment and let us know what you found.

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