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    How to Watch the Dodgers in Los Angeles During the Cable Mess

    As we now enter the final stretch of the MLB regular season, Dodgers fans are cherishing every last syllable from the golden voice of baseball, Vin Scully. Unfortunately, for the past few seasons, 70% of the Dodgers television market are unable to watch Vin and their home team as Vin calls the few remaining games […] More

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    LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Writes To FCC Regarding SportsNet LA Dispute

    [new_royalslider id=”41″] With 30 regular-season games remaining for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the fact of the matter remains Charter Communications, DirecTV, and several other cable providers have yet to come to terms with Time Warner Cable for broadcast rights to SportsNet LA. A group of Congressmen asked the Federal Communications Commission to become involved and […] More

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    Congressman Outlines Binding Arbitration For SportsNet LA

    [new_royalslider id=”41″] With the Los Angeles Dodgers now in the final two months of their regular season schedule, fans remain the victim of a TV rights dispute. Bright House Networks and Champion Broadband agreed to terms with Time Warner Cable for carriage rights, but other companies continue to hold out; among them are AT&T U-verse, […] More

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    DirecTV CEO Open To ‘Mediation’ For SportsNet LA Deal

    [new_royalslider id=”41″] Time Warner Cable took another step towards attempting to broker a deal with DirecTV in order when they stated they were willing to enter binding arbitration with the satellite company. TWC’s offer coincided with lawmakers asking the Federal Communications Commission to intervene and help bring a resolution to the TV dispute. DirecTV hasn’t […] More

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    Dodgers News: FCC Gets Involved In SportsNet LA Dispute

    [new_royalslider id=”41″] In a dispute that has now dragged on for more than half of the Los Angeles Dodgers 2014 season, Time Warner Cable and DirecTV appear to be within one decision towards making major progress. Coinciding with lawmakers asking the Federal Communications Commissions become involved to bring an end to the blackout, TWC stated […] More

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    Dodgers, MLB Respond To Proposal For Binding Arbitration

    [new_royalslider id=”41″] It has been a season-long battle for Time Warner Cable and other providers to try and make a deal for SportsNet LA. On Monday, six Congressional members from California submitted a proposal for TWC and other providers, namely DirecTV, to enter a binding arbitration to get a deal done and get SportsNet LA […] More

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    Dodgers News: Attendance & Radio Ratings Increase Without SportsNet LA

    [new_royalslider id=”189″] The Los Angeles Dodgers have crept back into the NL West race, but thousands haven’t seen their latest stretch of improved play. With the halfway point of the season coming soon, Time Warner Cable’s SportsNet LA is still unavailable in homes of countless Dodger fans in the Los Angeles area. With TWC and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Without SportsNet LA, Thousands Of Fans Missed No-Hitter

    [new_royalslider id=”189″] On a historic night where Clayton Kershaw tossed his first career no-hitter, the number of those who witnessed history was much smaller than the average viewership for games last season. Granted, Los Angeles Dodgers fans could listen to the game on the radio. And yes, highlights of the amazing feat on the internet, […] More

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