A TV news anchor in New York who went viral over an awkward broadcast will leave the station early.
A news anchor in Albany, New York has been placed on leave after she appeared disheveled during a recent news broadcast.
The Sinclair Broadcast Group says it will launch its Bally Sports-branded regional sports streaming service later this week.
The move comes as Dish Network continues paring down its sports offerings to subscribers on Sling TV and its flagship satellite services.
The agreement allows Sinclair’s local broadcast channels to remain on Dish Network while both sides negotiate a new contract.
All signs appear to point to a dispute between Dish Network and Sinclair that will leave some viewers without one or more local stations by next week.
Sinclair says Dish Network could drop more than 100 local stations throughout the country if a new carriage agreement isn’t reached by next Monday.
The FCC announced a $9 million fine against more than a dozen television stations operated by Sinclair.
Sinclair’s latest dispute with a cable company is unusual: The broadcaster is warning viewers two channels may never return to cable.
Sinclair Broadcast Group has emerged as a potential buyer for Comcast’s seven regional cable sports channels, according to a report.