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Viewers of three NBC affiliates could lose access to Super Bowl on Charter systems

There’s never a good time for a carriage dispute, especially when the Super Bowl is involved, but that’s what is facing viewers in three markets. NBC stations KYMA in Yuma, AZ, KIEM in Eureka, CA and KPVI-TV in Idaho Falls, ID were in danger of being blacked out on Charter Communications’ Spectrum systems in their Read more... The post Viewers of three NBC affiliates could lose access to Super Bowl on Charter systems appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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