FS1 Developing New TV Shows For Katie Nolan Chris Bosh Joining TNT As A Studio Analyst NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Audience Down FS1 Canceling "Fox Sports Live," Won't Keep Hosts Sources: FS1 Not Renewing "Garbage Time" San Diego State Expects Benefits From Fox Video Views Around Swimsuit Issue Up Big USATF Acquires Media Rights To Penn Relays Media Notes Sources: Facebook Could Stream MLB Games
SBD/October 8, 2013/Media
Astros Ask For CSN Houston Bankruptcy Dismissal, Claiming "Bad Faith" By Comcast
Published October 8, 2013
CHEERING FOR SOLVENCY: In San Antonio, W. Scott Bailey writes, "If you are a baseball fan, now is a good time to root for Comcast SportsNet Houston to pick itself up by the bootstraps and avoid an economic dismantling." The Astros and Rangers "compete for television exposure" in San Antonio. However, if CSN Houston "goes under," the city "could get another heavy dose of Astros games." Bailey: "If you love baseball and despise an owner who is clearly in it for the money, fans be damned, then you have to cross those fingers and toes and pray that [Astros Owner Jim] Crane doesn't get out of the CSN Houston deal, and that he doesn't find a way to knock Texas' better baseball team off of San Antonio TV" (SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL, 10/4 issue).