Cablevision-Fox Fight Heads to Extra Innings

Farrell, Mike; Eggerton, John
October 2010
Multichannel News;10/25/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p2
The article reports on the retransmission-consent fight between Cablevision Systems Corp. and Fox Networks Group Inc. with the Major League Baseball playoffs and the World Series. It states that Fox pulled its stations in New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia and its cable networks including Fox Deportes, Nat Geo Wild, and Fox Business Network on October 16, 2010. Moreover, Cablevision clients missed the games resulting to the company's requests for binding arbitration but was declined by Fox.


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