Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed27
Wait is this something that is happening everywhere or is this a local affilation thing?
It is happening everywhere where LIN Broadcasting owns stations in Time Warner territory. I believe there are 13 stations all together including stations in Dayton, Indianapolis, Buffalo and Austin to name a few. The fact that is has gone on for 10 days I don't see any agreement in the near term.
I finally made the switch from Time Warner to Directv a few weeks ago and I highly recommend switching if you can. I switched because you get 4 times as many HD channels for less cost per month than I paying Time Warner.
For those of you still with Time Warner I hope it ends soon but I would not count on it being anytime soon.