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Now see, I don't understand what is going on here. I already am a ComCast customer, and get the NFL channel as part of their digital package. WTF? Is this simply exclusive to Maine, or am I missing something here?
Will the FCC also tell Comcast how many sheets of paper each executive can use to wipe in the men's room?
Once the FCC 'mandates' that a cable company provide 'free' a service that costs them a dollar, be prepared for a $5 rate hike. Of course I'm part of a shrinking minority who believes that as bad as rapacious cable companies etc. are, it's better for all if the reliably inept govt keeps out.
Are they going to broadcast those Thursday night NFL Network games on the other channels again like they did with Giants-Pats week 17 last year? They damn sure better, at least for Pats-Jets. Dish Network doesnt have NFLN anymore
I don't understand this decision at all. The original lawsuit filed by the NFL Network (which Comcast won, but then had reversed on appeal) was about contract language between the two parties. The appellate court sent that case back to a lower court, where to the best of my knowledge it still sits. The discrimination thing is new to me, and unfortunately the decision itself (with it's rationale) hasn't yet been published in the Federal Register or on the FCC's website. I think we'll all have to wait until Tuesday (since Monday is a federal holiday) to figure this thing out.