Customers of Dish Network, a direct-to-home (DTH) satellite television provider south of the border, were unable to access many channels yesterday.

A spokesperson for the company, which has about 14 million subscribers, told CNN the nationwide outage which prevented viewers from watching high definition channels was caused by a "satellite anomaly."

Dish Network is reporting that all of the channels should now be fully functional. Any customers still having difficulty are being told to reboot their satellite receiver (easiest way is to unplug the receiver from the wall and wait a few minutes before plugging it back in) before calling Dish.

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