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RSNs Push MLB For Local Streaming Rights As Concerns Grow About Mobile Viewers03 / 07 / 14
RSNs across the U.S. are "pressing Major League Baseball to get the rights to stream local games to portable devices," according to Josh Kosman of the N.Y. POST. Baseball fans "can't watch live games on their tablets or smartphones outside their home, and the RSNs fear they could be losing viewers w...
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Many NFL viewers yesterday were upset at being denied the end of the Dolphins-Bengals game because of a league rule that dictates an immediate switch to the later game involving their market''s design
According to FCC officials, the agency''s staff has already endorsed a proposal by John Malone to give TCI a license to extend his DBS satellite reach. Malone is bidding against MCI and News Corp. for
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The Marlins have one season left on their deals with WQAM- AM, the Sunshine Network and WBFS-TV. WQAM may face competition from WIOD and WINZ, and Sunshine is likely to face a bid from SportsChannel.
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The heavy media criticism of The Baseball Network''s regionalized coverage of the playoffs continues in earnest this morning. In New York, Bob Raissman writes, "Network executives can whine about how
Boston''s WSBK-TV and parent company Paramount have pulled out of negotiations to renew Red Sox TV rights for next season, according to this morning''s BOSTON HERALD. WSBK has been the Red Sox''s flag
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