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WRBL returns to DISH Network

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Programming from WRBL News 3 has returned to the DISH Network lineup. The station's programming returned Saturday afternoon in time for viewers to watch the remainder of the Georgia Auburn football game.

"DISH viewers, thank you for your patience and support as we have moved forward through this difficult time," Media General said in released statement. "We are thrilled to announce WRBL is back on DISH. Please enjoy your favorite programs and local news. We are pleased to once again be able to serve the DISH community. "

WRBL along with its sister stations have not been seen on DISH Network since October 1, when a retransmission agreement between the stations' parent company Media General and the satellite company expired.

James Brierton

James joined WRBL News 3 with experience from CNN, NBC News and his own hyper-local news site. He manages the WRBL News 3 Web desk. More>>

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