Cordillera Communications, owner of network-affiliated TV stations in mid-to-small markets nationwide, is warning viewers who watch its stations through Dish Network of a potential disruption in service due to a contract dispute, according to a news release.
KSBY is listed as one of the stations that Dish Network subscribers may lose access to.
Cordillera and Dish Network have been in negotiations for months over the fee the satellite company pays Cordillera to retransmit its signals, the news release said. The current agreement will expire at 10 a.m. on Jan. 7.
Kathleen Choal, president and general manager of KSBY, declined to comment. The station is directing all inquiries to Cordillera Communications.
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