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Dodgers Viewership Down Significantly From '13 As RSN Impasse Continues
Published April 4, 2014
CARRIAGE CONUNDRUM: In L.A., Tom Hoffarth writes when it comes to the lack of carriage for the Dodgers' new RSN, the "real heart of the heartache begins when 19 of the next 20 telecasts taking us to the end of the month are exclusive to SportsNet L.A., with only FS1 coming to the rescue for the home contest" against the D-Backs on Saturday, April 19. Dodgers Ps Clayton Kershaw and Brian Wilson "have a better chance of coming off the DL quicker than another Dodgers game going to a national audience" (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 4/4).