Griffin stations (including KOTV and KQCW) are off the Dish Network as of 4 minutes until 6 pm yesterday.
If you are trying to make sense of the conflict, an article from ADWEEK last year gives some context and history: Broadcast Group Pursues New Front in War with Pay TV
An FCC fact sheet briefly lays out the rules for retransmission consent and must-carry as set in the 1992 Cable Act: Cable Carriage of Broadcast Stations
The number of carriage disputes has sharply increased in the last several years. Certainly the conflict is all about revenue, but set against a backdrop of possible retransmission consent reform in Congress. The startup company Aereo, backed by media mogul Barry Diller, was a recent casualty by Supreme Court decision (see my recent comment about this illustrative case).
Who is right or wrong? Maybe a better question is, what kind of media landscape will evolve from any given Congressional action? Since there are no working crystal balls, each side will paint the picture that best serves its financial interests.
On a more parochial level, your options are cable, dish, satellite, internet (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, YouTube), antenna, or no TV.
“No TV” is free. Antenna has a one-time cost and is free thereafter. Internet services offer on-demand viewing at relatively low monthly cost. Cable, dish and satellite offer many realtime channels at a relatively high monthly cost.
Your decisions in this court cannot be overturned.
Perhaps this previous post will aid in your deliberations by helping you decide which TV and how much you require: Cord-cutting status report #1.