Anger and frustration continues to be aimed towards Time Warner Cable and other cable providers as distribution of SportsNet LA remains limited, to say the least. With the Dodgers making a run at catching the San Francisco Giants for first place in the division, fans have been unable to see the majority of this season’s games.
CEO and team president Stan Kasten was the latest to express his disappointment over the situation. Kasten shared the Dodgers are spending plenty of time and energy in resolving the situation and added they’ve decided to not publicly comment on the matter.
TWC has an estimated 30 percent viewership in the Los Angeles area, which has made it difficult for Dodger fans to catch the games.
While negotiations reportedly continue to take place behind closed doors, the talks of coming to terms on distribution rights typically do not linger as long as this situation has.
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