Cable company steers subscribers to DirecTV

Warwick Valley Television has told Upper Greenwood Lake, N.J. residents to sign up for DirecTV if they want to continue to see 10 channels that the cable system will drop March 31. This story gets even stranger. DirecTV is a "corporate partner" of WVT and WVT workers would install the DirecTV equipment because it's cheaper for WVT to do it that way than to pay for the channels as a cable company.

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