One official from Connecticut is reminding those in his state not to pay for services they didn’t get.
Name four players on the Giants. Neither can I. They have a longhaired prodigy who spins Wiffle balls to home plate and a lumberjack closer whose beard bogarts his face like wild black weeds.
What a disgusting, heart-wrenching performance by the Jets. How could this team – check that – any team put up such a pathetic offensive display as we saw on Sunday?
Game 3 earned the second-lowest television rating for a World Series game. The rating was down 26 percent from the 9.1 for Game 3 of last season’s Yankees-Phillies World Series.
A recent spate of TV blackouts and the lack of government intervention suggests that broadcasters have the upper hand over TV signal providers when it comes to negotiating fees.
Fox says it has reached an agreement with Cablevision that will restore programing to more than 3 million New York-area subscribers.
The San Francisco Giants’ 11-7 win over the Texas Rangers in Game 1 on Fox on Wednesday night earned an 8.9 rating and 15 share. That’s down 25 percent from the 11.9 for last year’s Yankees-Phillies opener.
The situation finally became too much for a man in Westchester.
If you have Cablevision and want to watch the World Series New Yorkers, it looks like you’ll have to head to a bar.
When the New York Giants baseball team left for San Francisco in 1957, some New Yorkers never relinquished their allegiance.
Fox is threatening to sue Cablevision Systems Corp. amid a dispute that has left the cable TV provider’s 3 million subscribers without Fox programming for more than a week.
With a contract dispute still keeping Fox programming off Cablevision systems, federal regulators are demanding information from both companies about the details of their negotiations.
The dispute over how much Cablevision will pay to carry the network on its lineup has led to the highest-profile blackout over broadcast fees in years.
The contract dispute that has left 3 million Cablevision subscribers without Fox programming since the weekend may be just one move in a broader chess match between broadcast TV companies and subscription TV providers.
Fox Station President Dennis Swanson joined WFAN’s Mike Francesa on Tuesday to talk about the ongoing battle between Cablevision and Fox.