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Time Warner Cable Agrees To Carry FS San Diego, Televise Padres Games
Published February 11, 2014
BACK IN THE N.Y. GROOVE: TWC also announced a long-term carriage deal for YES Network, averting what some expected to be a bitter carriage fight in the N.Y. area. TWC's deal with YES was set to expire at the end of January, but the two sides quietly structured a deal with no disruption in service. "We can confirm that YES Network and Time Warner Cable recently reached an agreement that will keep the New York Yankees, Brooklyn Nets and other YES Network programming on the Time Warner Cable channel lineup," the cable operator told THE DAILY in an e-mailed statement (John Ourand, Staff Writer).