If you’re keeping track, tonight at midnight will mark the beginning of the fourth week that 120 Nexstar stations dropped of the DirecTV, U-Verse, DirecTV Now grid.
And there is still no sign that the two sides are any closer to resolving their financial differences.
If anybody has any doubts that these companies are hastening their own doom in the cord-cutting community, pay closer attention.
And today will see a rare return to blanket coverage by the four broadcast news operations, as former special counsel Robert Mueller sits down before two House panels to answer questions about his report on Russian election meddling.
NBC News coverage begins at 8:15 a.m. and will continue through the afternoon, covering both sessions of testimony.
ABC News will also be providing live coverage, anchored by George Stephanopoulos from New York and beginning at 8:30 a.m.
New “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell will anchor that network’s coverage, which begins at 8:15 a.m.
Fox stations will have access to Fox News Channel‘s coverage, also beginning at 8:15
(FNC is preempting Fox & Friends, a presidential favorite, for the testimony. Expect a tweetstorm from you-know-who as a result).