2:59 PM EDT, March 31, 2012
UPDATE: Tribune Broadcasting has not reached an agreement or come to terms with DirecTV on any aspect of it's contract, which expires at midnight tonight. Any statement by DirecTV to the contrary is inaccurate and misleading.
You may have seen commercials like the one above over the past few days on WGNO and NOLA38. If you're a DirecTV subscriber, there's a chance you could lose the signal from WGNO and WNOL starting Sunday morning.
The contract between the Tribune company, which owns WGNO and NOLA38, and DirecTV expires Sunday morning at midnight.
Both sides are currently negotiating, but haven`t been able to come to an agreement. If there is no agreement by the deadline, WGNO and all Tribune stations - including WGN America - will be removed from DirecTV.
Viewers who receive WGNO from an antenna or through any other service provider, such as Cox Communications (http://ww2.cox.com/), Charter Communications (http://www.charter.com/), or Dish Network (http://www.dish.com), will not be affected.
If you would like to learn more - including how to ask DirecTV not to remove WGNO & NOLA38 from their channel lineup - go to http://TellDirecTV.com/wgno or http://TellDirecTV.com/nola38 for more information.