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(Washington Post) — When AT&T last week had to renew its contract with Scripps, the owner of popular lifestyle shows such as Rachael Ray and “House Hunters,” it made a demand that the media company thought went too far: Exclusive rights to broadcast the content on iPads and other mobile devices.  When the two companies couldn’t agree on the matter by the weekend, Scripps pulled its shows from the nearly 3 million customers who get their television service from AT&T, a strong-arm tactic that blacked out channels such as the Food Network and HGTV. The two firms managed to come to an agreement Sunday to restore service, but AT&T didn’t get what it wanted.

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