Earlier today, AT&T and Nexstar ended their two-month feud to bring back their channels to AT&T TV NOW, DIRECTV, and AT&T U-Verse. AT&T has now confirmed to The Streamable that all Nexstar channels — including CBS — will return to the line-up by tonight, with the possibility that some may return into tomorrow.
Some of the larger confirmed channels returning to AT&T TV NOW are WKRN (ABC) in Nashville, KXAN (NBC) in Austin, and KLAS (CBS) in Las Vegas. While all of the affiliates were lost from DirecTV, only a subset of the channels were affected on AT&T TV NOW because many of them were not yet carried by the streaming service.
Other markets affected by the Nexstar dispute that will now return to AT&T are Albuquerque, NM (KRQE), Birmingham, AL (WIAT), Buffalo, NY (WIVB), Columbus, GA (WRBL), Ft. Wayne, ID (WANE), Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C (WSPA), Greenville, NC (WNCT), Hattiesburg, MS (WHLT), Jackson, MS (WJTV), Mobile, AL (WKRG), Myrtle Beach, SC (WBTW), Providence, RI (WPRI), Rapid City, SD (KLCO), Sioux Falls, SD (KELO), and Tri-Cities, TN (WJHL).