As we continue working toward a mutually beneficial agreement with DirecTV, we want to remind you that you may be able to use an antenna to receive WABI TV5 and The CW free over the air on channel 5.1 and channel 5.2.
In many locations, a small, inexpensive antenna inside your home is all that you will need. Converter boxes are not required for digital TV sets. More information on over the air digital reception is available on our website: http://station.wabi.tv/content/4058/DTV_FAQs/
Other cable and satellite providers continue to carry the stations without interruption. You will also find news stories and weather updates on our website.
We appreciate your patience and regret any inconvenience that this matter has caused our viewers.
We will update you as new information becomes available.
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