AT&T U-verse TV to Include Superstation WGN and Tribune Stations

Jul 30, 2007, 01:00 ET from AT&T Inc.

    SAN ANTONIO and NEW YORK, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE:   T)
 and Tribune Company (NYSE:   TRB) have announced a distribution agreement to
 deliver Superstation WGN and Tribune stations in local markets served by
 AT&T U-verse(SM) TV.
     Under the agreement, U-verse TV customers will have access to the
 variety of programming available on Superstation WGN, including family,
 news, and movie entertainment and sports events, such as Chicago Bulls
 basketball games and Chicago Cubs and White Sox baseball games.
     The agreement covers Tribune stations in markets where AT&T currently
 offers -- or plans to offer -- U-verse TV. The stations in markets
 currently served by AT&T U-verse include WPIX (New York/CW), KTLA (Los
 Angeles/CW), KDAF (Dallas-Fort Worth/CW), KHCW (Houston/CW), WXIN
 (Indianapolis/FOX), WTTV/WTTK (Indianapolis/CW), KSWB (San Diego/CW), WTIC
 (Hartford/FOX) and WTXX (Hartford/CW).
     "This agreement with Tribune allows AT&T U-verse TV customers to enjoy
 the variety of entertainment programming from Superstation WGN and the
 quality local content available on Tribune television stations in our
 markets across the country," said Dan York, AT&T head of programming. "Our
 robust and expanding channel lineup gives our customers even more reasons
 to choose U-verse TV."
     "We're pleased to partner with AT&T's exciting new U-verse television
 service by providing the programming of Superstation WGN," said Bill Shaw,
 general manager of Superstation WGN. "AT&T customers will benefit from the
 network's diverse family-friendly programming and the excitement of live
 sports, featuring the Chicago Cubs, White Sox and Bulls."
     AT&T U-verse TV is delivered by Project Lightspeed, the company's
 initiative to expand the fiber-optics network deeper into neighborhoods to
 deliver U-verse TV, AT&T Yahoo! High Speed Internet U-verse Enabled and, in
 the future, Voice over Internet Protocol services using fiber-to-the-node
 (FTTN) and fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) technologies.
     Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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     About Superstation WGN
     Superstation WGN, part of Tribune Broadcasting Company, is a nationally
 distributed cable and satellite network with broad-based, family
 programming consisting of cable exclusives, first-run programs, blockbuster
 movies and sports. For program schedules or additional information please
     About Tribune Company
     TRIBUNE (NYSE:   TRB) is one of the country's top media companies,
 operating businesses in publishing, interactive and broadcasting. It
 reaches more than 80 percent of U.S. households and is the only media
 organization with newspapers, television stations and Web sites in the
 nation's top three markets. In publishing, Tribune's leading daily
 newspapers include the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Newsday (Long
 Island, N.Y.), The Sun (Baltimore), South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Orlando
 Sentinel and Hartford Courant. The company's broadcasting group operates 23
 television stations, Superstation WGN on national cable, Chicago's WGN-AM
 and the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Popular news and information Web sites
 complement Tribune's print and broadcast properties and extend the
 company's nationwide audience.