DirecTV competitor Cox Communications Inc., the nation's fifth-largest cable operator, took the unusual step of issuing a statement supporting the El Segundo satellite broadcaster’s fight against Viacom’s higher fees, according to a Los Angeles Times report. DirectTV subscribers lost access to Viacom channels on Wednesday.
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