Cox Media Group hit by cyberattack last week, sources familiar tell CNN – CNN

The sources did not say if this was a ransomware attack or some other cyber intrusion, but systems used by the stations were impacted and station operations were disrupted.
The attack is being investigated by federal law enforcement, one of the sources said.
Multiple systems are still down this week, including access to the digital video library, according to employees from two stations. Weather computers were also not working for at least two stations.
Some station employees tell CNN they have not yet recovered email and are working on workarounds. Stations have asked staff not to open email on their phones. One station on Wednesday was experiencing new issues, including phone lines and broadcast software failing, an employee said.
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Cox Media Group and its parent company have not commented publicly about the attack nor has any official statement come from corporate to staff.
Cox has 33 television stations in 20 markets across the US. Cox and Apollo Global Management, which owns Cox, have not responded to CNN’s repeated requests for comment.
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