Thursday, November 04, 2010
1934: TRENTONIANS WATCH THE WORLD SERIES WITHOUT TELEVISION
paid and the money received.
Here's just a tiny but very logical piece of advice for the Federal Communications Commission from a very disgruntled Fox-Cablevision victim: Advise major league baseball that any and all contracts with cable carriers MAY NOT be subject to blackouts at the expense of their paying customers. Any network that bids on carrying ANY national interest sport or activity should be subject to these rules. After all, it is we who are paying for viewing these channels and any inter company arguing over price should not be shifted to us.