Negotiations over retransmission fees are leaving many TV viewers in the dark.
More than 120 TV stations across the country went dark earlier this week to DirecTV, DirecTV Now and AT&T Uverse TV. AT&T rejected a temporary agreement offer from Nexstar to keep the stations from going dark.
This is the second big blackout involving AT&T in less than two months. On May 30, about 17 Deerfield stations in 14 markets went dark to Uverse, DirecTV Now and DirecTV subscribers.
Here in San Antonio, CW35 KMYS is one of the stations AT&T has blacked out. The station suggests that you contact AT&T/DirecTV by calling them at 1-800-531-5000, or through their website, via Facebook or on Twitter and let them know you want them to continue to carry the station.