If only symbolically, Tacoma’s City Council tonight will wade into the contractual standoff between the city-owned Click! cable television network and the corporate owners of KOMO TV.
Councilman Marty Campbell said Tuesday he plans to introduce a resolution “expressing the City Council’s support of the Click! Network and to encourage Fisher Communications to re-engage with Click! to resolve stalled negotiations for carriage of KOMO and other services to Click! Customers.”
Click! stopped transmitting six stations offered by Fisher – including KOMO – on New Year’s Day, after the municipal cable TV network’s re-transmission contract with the broadcast company expired …