DALLAS, Aug. 25 -- AT&T issued the following news release:
AT&T1 launched a Severe Weather 4-in-1 Mix channel on DIRECTV and a Severe Weather Channel on U-verse to provide dedicated coverage of Hurricane Harvey. The storm is expected to make landfall on the central Texas Gulf Coast as a category 3 late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
On DIRECTV, the *Severe Weather Mix2 (361-1) will provide national storm coverage from:
Severe Weather Channel (361-2) dedicated to local and regional news from select affiliates in the affected area.
WeatherNation (Channel 361)
The Weather Channel (362)
Viewers of the Severe Weather Channel - DIRECTV 361-2 and U-verse channels 226 (SD) and 1226 (HD3) - will initially see round-the-clock coverage of the storm on Corpus Christi ABC affiliate (KIII). As the storm moves across Texas, we'll pick up additional channels once they go to continuous coverage. Channels are:
Houston - KHOU (CBS)
New Orleans - WWL (CBS)
San Antonio - KABB (FOX)
San Antonio - WOAI (NBC)
The Severe Weather Mix on DIRECTV started at 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET today and will continue as long as weather conditions warrant.
*The Severe Weather Mix will also be simulcast on channels 205 and 600 - replacing Sports Mix.
1AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.
2For full Mix channel and interactive functionality, HD equipment model H/HR21 or later is required.
3To access HD programming, HD equipment is required. Additional fee may apply.
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