Talks Planned In Time Warner Cable, MSG Network Dispute

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New talks are planned next week in an effort to bring MSG sports channels back to Time Warner Cable in New York.

The discussions are being brokered by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office after a dispute knocked MSG and MSG+ off of Time Warner on Jan. 1.

That has left many viewers missing broadcasts of Buffalo Sabres and New York Rangers hockey and New York Knicks basketball games.

Time Warner has said it won’t pay a fee increase sought by MSG, while MSG has said it wants to be paid the same as other TV providers.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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  1. Ron says:

    First the lockout, then the uncertainty, then time warner/msg. The fans get screwed again. Thanks but no thanks.

  2. travis says:

    I been missing Knick’s game all season bring msg back

  3. JUNE AND KEN says:

    please. please bring MSG back. WE MISS THE KNICKS……………HAVE BEEN FANS FOR 50 YEARS………WE WANT TO SEE THE GAMES!!!!!

  4. lindaya says:

    enough crap get it done…

  5. adam j. mack says:

    ”Talks planned in time warner cable, msg network is for next week trying to solve this issue.”

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