A man fixes a satellite dish on top of a building in Ain al-Rummaneh, Tuesday, March 3, 2015. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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Representatives of Lebanon's eight top television channels Monday filed a lawsuit against cable and satellite service providers for not paying fees in exchange for access to their content.The rift between cable providers and Lebanese television stations widened over the weekend, as some cable providers stopped transmitting two local channels – LBCI and Al-Jadeed. The eight stations supporting imposition of the fee are: Tele Liban, LBCI, MTV, Future TV, Al-Manar, NBN, OTV and Al-Jadeed.
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