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

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

U-verse users receive free antennas, contract dispute continues

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