Cox stations dropped? - DirecTV

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Cox Communications owns Cox Cable, so they know the going rates for cable. I think that Cox does not want to pay the higher rates which AT&T wants, so they're not going to give in during negotiations. Meanwhile, it seemed confusing why different network stations in different cities were affected, just like WSBTV in Atlanta. Reason? Cox Media owns a number of TV stations across the nation. Here's a list that are or will be affected by AT&T negotiations with Cox Media, according to Wikipedia.

Current Station Channel


[TABLE]

Jacksonville

WFOX-TV

30 (32)

2012

Fox


WJAX-TV 1

47 (19)

2012

CBS


Orlando - Daytona Beach

WFTV

9 (39)

1985

ABC


WRDQ

27 (27)

2001

Independent


Atlanta

WSB-TV **

2 (39)

1948

ABC


Boston

WFXT

25 (31)

2014

Fox


Charlotte

WSOC-TV

9 (34)

1959

ABC


WAXN-TV

64 (50)

2000

Independent


Dayton, Ohio

WHIO-TV **

7 (41)

1949

CBS


Tulsa, Oklahoma

KOKI-TV

23 (22)

2012

Fox


KMYT-TV

41 (42)

2012

MyNetworkTV


Pittsburgh

WPXI

11 (48)

1964

NBC


PCNC **

various 2

1994

Independent


Memphis

WHBQ-TV

13 (13)

2014

Fox


Seattle - Tacoma

KIRO-TV

7 (39)

1997

CBS


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