The AT&T and Techna dispute has come to an end. The two companies released the following joint statement on Sunday morning.
Techna Inc. (NYSE: DGNA) and AT&T (NYSE: D) are local broadcasts owned by TEGNA to customers of AT&T’s video sites across the country. Have signed a new multi-year restructuring approval agreement to deliver the stations. All TEGNA stations return to affected AT&T homes today.
AT&T and TEGNA apologize for any inconvenience to their customers and visitors, and thank you for their patience.
The agreement covers all of the 64 Tekna-owned outsourced repossession sites that serve 51 Nielsen markets, including Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Phoenix, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa and Washington. Others. The terms of the contract have not been released.
The The locals were abandoned Earlier this month, AT&T said Tekna was asking for “unnecessary increases” in their rates from AT&T services, including DirectTV, AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, and U-Versus.