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YOU CAN NOW FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE FCC

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Spectrum customers who are upset they lost Fox 40 and My 8 can now take their complaint to the FCC.

The FCC opened the matter up for public comment after three cities (Yuma, AZ, Jackson, WY, and El Centro, CA) filed a complaint, accusing the cable giant of not giving customers the required 30 days’ notice as required by the FCC.

It has been nine weeks since Spectrum took Fox 40 and our sister station My 8 off its lineup after refusing to negotiate with our stations owners, Northwest Broadcasting.

Northwest Broadcasting owns 11 stations in 7 states. The blackout affects some 450,000 Spectrum customers.

If you would like to comment, you can file a comment with the FCC by following this link and entering 18-91 in the “Proceeding(s)” field. See image below.

The public comments period is open for 30 days.