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An Important Message for Dish Customers

We have something very important to tell you about your ability to watch KLTV newscasts along with all the other programming we bring you each day. If you are a Dish satellite customer, there is now a very real possibility KLTV will be pulled by Dish - eliminated from Dish subscriber's lineups - at the end of the day Wednesday night.

Our parent company, Raycom Media, has bent over backwards, negotiating in earnest, trying to reach an agreement with Dish to carry our channels, and Dish has not been willing to continue negotiations.

But we know you. When we ask you to help your East Texans, you always answer the call in a big way. Your ability to get our breaking news and our severe weather reports is something you depend on as a Dish customer and quite frankly, something you are paying for.

If you are a Dish customer, we're asking you to call 1-888-631-1536 and let Dish know you want KLTV to remain in their lineup.

And if we disappear late tomorrow night, know that you do have options. Other carriers will still carry KLTV.

We are available free over the airwaves and we stream every newscast live on our website and through our mobile apps.

You can download our apps by texting APP7 to 77997 from your smartphone.

 

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