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  • Time Warner Cable to broadcast final Dodger games on local TV

    Time Warner Cable to broadcast final Dodger games on local TV
    Tens of thousands of Los Angeles Dodgers fans haven't heard legendary broadcaster Vin Scully call games. They've missed two Dodger no-hitters, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez's clutch home runs, outfielder Yasiel Puig's antics and pitching ace Clayton Kershaw clinching his 19th win of the season.
  • Dodgers Cut Last-Minute Deal with L.A.'s KDOC for Final Regular Season Games

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - With much of Los Angeles unable to view Dodgers games throughout the season, Time Warner Cable on Monday said it has reached a deal with L.A. independent station KDOC to carry the final six regular season games. The Dodgers...

    Time Warner Cable to televise final six Dodgers games on local TV

    Time Warner Cable to televise final six Dodgers games on local TV
    Time Warner Cable has agreed to broadcast the final week of the Los Angeles Dodgers' regular season baseball on local broadcast station KDOC. The move -- in a show of goodwill to Los Angeles area baseball fans -- enables millions of viewers throughout...

    Here's the most hypocritical remark made yet about Dodgers TV fiasco

    Time Warner Cable, which paid more than top dollar to secure Dodgers telecasts well into the future and then managed to prevent millions of Dodger fans from seeing the games on TV during this (possibly) pennant-winning season, is backing down. As my...

    Reality TV Goes Hyper-Local in Ohio with Lin Media's 'The Valley'

    The Lin Media station group is taking its hyper-local programming strategy to a new level in the Dayton, Ohio market on Sunday with the premiere of "The Valley." The eight-episode series is a reality skein that follows six local high school graduates...