CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS. A and CBS) and AT-T (NYSE: T) have signed a new multi-year content transmission agreement to provide customers with ATT video-sharing platforms from local channels and national channels CBS Sports Network and Smithsonian Channel across the country. “Unfortunately, the verses of DirecTV AT-T U have not reached an agreement with Tegna to keep our channels available for their services. Our company has successfully negotiated multi-year contracts with hundreds of cable and satellite providers across the country without disrupting service,” Tegna said in a statement. It`s also not the only new audience Blackout Indianapolis have been hit this week. AT-T and CBS Corp. have reached a multi-year agreement to transport local channels and cbs national programs to AT-T video-sharing platforms for subscribers in Dallas-Fort Worth and across the country, according to a statement released Thursday. CBS Corp. and DirecTV`s parent company AT-T announced a multi-year content deal Thursday to rebroadcast local CBS-owned channels, including New York City and Philadelphia, as well as CBS Sports Network and Smithsonian Channel on DirecTV`s Lineup channel. The agreement provides for the authorization of all 26 CBS channels in 17 markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, Tampa, Seattle, Detroit, Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Sacramento, Pittsburgh and Baltimore. From 19 .m. On Wednesday, local Dish Network subscribers lost access to Fox59 and CBS4 after their parent company, Nexstar Media, failed to reach a new deal with Dish. “This value is reflected in the hundreds of agreements we have negotiated in recent years with federal cable, satellite, telecommunications and streaming providers,” he said in the statement.

Disagreements resulted in the loss of 164 local television channels owned by Nexstar. All that said, AT-T doesn`t seem inclined to go down either. The company issued a statement explaining why it was maintaining its offer on CBS: the Virginia-based Tysons responded that their proposal to AT-T was “market-compliant,” the company said in a statement to USA TODAY. The communications company and the channel failed to reach a new agreement on Tuesday, resulting in the loss of more than 60 channels on DirecTV, AT-T-verse and the television broadcasting service AT-T. In a statement shared with viewers on Thanksgiving eve via their social media platforms, WTHR warned of the threat of a blackout because negotiations between the two sides have failed to reach a new agreement. WTHR shared a FAQ with the public about the blackout. The chain says they hope to return to customers` channel ranges as soon as possible. Conversely, Tegna states that it has been able to enter into contracts with other cable and satellite providers without interruption of service.