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Owners of WALA-TV and WFNA-TV have a new deal with Cox Communications

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According to the official World Wide Web site for LIN Media, the owners of WALA-TV and WFNA-TV, both they and Cox Communications had reached a new retransmission consent deal shortly before their previous retransmission consent deal expired on Friday, March 14th, at 4:00 p.m. That means Cox Communications' cable TV systems in northwest Florida (including Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach) may continue to provide programming from WALA-TV and WFNA-TV to their customers after the end of the previous deal. The same goes for all of the other cable TV systems owned by Cox Communications that usually provided programming from other TV stations owned by LIN Media to their customers.

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