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  • Standoff over Dodgers TV channel goes into extra innings

    Standoff over Dodgers TV channel goes into extra innings
    When the Los Angeles Dodgers take the field Monday, it will mark the start of another shutout television season for long-suffering fans. Time Warner Cable remains the only major pay-TV company in Southern California carrying SportsNet LA, the cable...
  • Standoff over Dodgers TV channel continues

    Standoff over Dodgers TV channel continues
    When the Los Angeles Dodgers take the field Monday, it will mark the start of another shutout television season for long-suffering fans. Time Warner Cable remains the only major pay-TV company in Southern California carrying SportsNet LA, the cable...
  • South Elgin looks at moving to 'the next level' of technology

    When the South Elgin's water bills are due, just about every person in village hall is doing the same thing that day, said Kim Sipple, one of the clerks working the front desk — "batching" water bills and the accompanying payment. The village's...
  • Phillies fans strike out with DirecTV

    Phillies fans strike out with DirecTV
    Monday is my favorite day of the year. It's Opening Day and I'll be at the ballpark rooting for the Phillies. Walter Lehr gets his Phillies fix by watching on TV. But he nearly wasn't able to tune in from his Upper Saucon Township home this season,...
  • Better play from White Sox, Cubs makes it easier on announcers

    Better play from White Sox, Cubs makes it easier on announcers
    Steve Stone laughed and then repeated the question. "Is it easier to do a baseball broadcast when the team you're covering is doing well?" said the White Sox TV analyst. "I will say this. It is a lot easier for my partner." News flash: As the Sox go,...
  • Afternoon WLS-TV Cubs broadcasts will disrupt programming

    Afternoon WLS-TV Cubs broadcasts will disrupt programming
    The Chicago TV broadcast of the Cubs vs. the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday afternoon may have fans of the quiz show "Jeopardy!" asking the question: Where the heck is Alex Trebek? The answer: Airing at 3:10 a.m. Thursday. The 1:20 p.m. Cubs game...
  • Phillies TV schedule for Opening Day

    Phillies TV schedule for Opening Day
    Monday marks Opening Day as the Phillies host the Boston Red Sox at Citizens Bank Park to kick off the 2015 season for both teams. Comcast SportsNet will have coverage before and after the game, which will be broadcast as 3 p.m. on NBC10. The full...
  • Charter Communications to buy Bright House Networks in $10.4-billion deal

    Charter Communications to buy Bright House Networks in $10.4-billion deal
    Charter Communications Inc. has scooped up Bright House Networks with a proposed $10.4-billion takeover bid that accelerates the consolidation of the cable television and Internet service landscape. The move is part of Charter's aggressive push to...
  • Hot on TV: Zombies, basketball, Jesus

    Zombies, basketball and Jesus Christ have been hot television properties during the past week. The Nielsen company said that AMC's fifth season finale for "The Walking Dead" on Sunday was seen by 15.8 million viewers. That's the third biggest audience...
  • Charter to buy Bright House cable

    Charter to buy Bright House cable
    An industry expert said a series of cable mergers and acquisitions has left the market in fewer hands, just as it needs to embrace innovation. On Tuesday, Bright House Networks, the major provider for Internet and cable television in Orlando and Tampa...
  • Charter Nabs Bright House in Latest Pay-TV Deal

    Stamford-based Charter Communications Inc. is buying Bright House Networks LLC for $10.4 billion in the latest big deal in the pay-TV industry. Companies want to merge as costs for channels like ESPN have shot up, while their video subscribers have...