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Tuesday, January 17th, 2023 12:04 AM

What happened to court tv

unable to locate the channel on my guide

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ACE - Professor

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1 year ago

"So I have my answer...U-verse dropped it from their line-up."

I'd say your answer is this:

"Jan 1, 2023 WDLI (the affiliate of Court TV) changed to its sister network Bounce."

AT&T has a contract with WDLI's ownership. They can only show was WDLI's channels show.

Blame WDLI.

ACE - Professor

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1 year ago

Isn't it a subchannel? Where did it used to be? What happens when you input the channel numbers via the remote?

ACE - Expert

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27.9K Messages

1 year ago

Court TV is carried OTA as a sub-channel and Uverse does not carry sub-channels (there are exceptions).

Court TV can be streamed on many platforms & devices.  More info HERE

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1 year ago

It was on Channel 17...but when I went there today it's something different.

ACE - Expert

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27.9K Messages

1 year ago

Channel 17....on UVERSE TV?  There is no Channel 17 on Uverse.

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ACE - Professor

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1 year ago

17 would be a local channel.

What are the call letters for your channel 17? They'd start with W or K. Perhaps Google provides the answer.

ACE - Expert

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1 year ago

You're right.  17 would be a local channel.  That's the reason I don't have channel 17.  I've got 13 and 20 (among others of course).

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1 year ago

WDLI...and it was the channel Court TV was broadcast on. I did some more research and on Jan 1, 2023 WDLI (the affiliate of Court TV) changed to its sister network Bounce. So I have my answer...U-verse dropped it from their line-up.

ACE - Expert

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1 year ago

Doncha just love affiliate agreements.

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ACE - Expert

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27.9K Messages

1 year ago

WDLI...and it was the channel Court TV was broadcast on. I did some more research and on Jan 1, 2023 WDLI (the affiliate of Court TV) changed to its sister network Bounce. So I have my answer...U-verse dropped it from their line-up.

BounceTV is a SUB channel (ie 23.3) and Uverse has never carried SUB channels so, no, Uverse did not drop CourtTV. 

WDLI decided to move CourtTV to a network that Uverse does not nor has ever carried. 

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