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  • U-verse users receive free antennas, contract dispute continues

    Antennas, made by Raleigh based company Mohu, were distributed to AT&T U-verse customers at a makeshift drive through in the PNC Arena parking lot on Monday, and will be again on Tuesday. The antennas will allow users to view WRAL and WRAZ programming for free as the contract dispute between AT&T and Capital Broadcasting Co. unfolds.

U-verse users receive free antennas, contract dispute continues

Antennas, made by Raleigh based company Mohu, were distributed to AT&T U-verse customers at a makeshift drive through in the PNC Arena parking lot on Monday, and will be again on Tuesday. The antennas will allow users to view WRAL and WRAZ programming for free as the contract dispute between AT&T and Capital Broadcasting Co. unfolds.
Julia Wall jwall@newsobserver.com