KFOR parent company comments on Cable One

Ponca City Now - January 14, 2015 8:21 am

Tribune Media, the parent company to KFOR and KAUT TV in Oklahoma City released the following statement in regards to the stalled negotiations with Cable One and the removal of those channels on the Ponca City cable system.

We are extremely disappointed that Cable One is unwilling to come to a

fair agreement. We are deeply committed to serving our viewers and, in

fact, we have completed more than 300 carriage agreements without any

service interruptions in just the past several months.

In contrast, Cable One has taken off at least four network groups in the last 18

months. The truth is, we ask only fair value, that other systems have

recognized as indeed fair. It is unfortunate that Cable One is

refusing to engage in a reasonable negotiation which would allow the station to remain on the air.

Subscribers are urged to contact Cable One to voice their concern.

Cable One can be reached at 1-855-536-7937.

The news release also stated that more information could be found on the stations website,



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