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Houston Mayor Calls CSN Houston Carriage Dispute "Intolerable" As Opening Day Looms
Published March 28, 2013
WHERE IN THE WORLD? In San Diego, Matthew Hall noted city officials held their "second hearing in two weeks Tuesday to pressure Fox Sports San Diego and Time Warner Cable to end a yearlong impasse that leaves 185,000 county households without Padres telecasts." But TV execs offered "no hint that a deal was imminent." FS San Diego President & GM Henry Ford said that he was "unable to characterize the status of recently resumed negotiations." TWC VP/Corporate Relations & Communications Deane Leavenworth "echoed those remarks" (SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, 3/27).