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Extra Innings: Comcast, Charter, & Cablevision Issues Print
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Written by The Staff   
Saturday, 14 April 2007 06:39

Extra InningsAs has been the case in years past, just because one carrier offers MLB Extra Innings in one fashion, doesn't mean another will be doing the same.  Case in point, Comcast.

A steady stream of emails are coming into The Biz of Baseball about how Comcast has a limited offering of channels for Extra Innings in comparison to other carriers. Emails to Comcast have yet to be answered.

In the case of Charter, customer service reps have informed some customers that a deal is near and agreement nearly in hand. Customers inform The Biz of Baseball that they have been told that game codes have been loaded into the system, only to have them pulled back. So, many are hanging on daily waiting to see if Extra Innings games will come their way.

Cablevision is another story. The carrier has yet to reach a deal for the package. The Biz of Baseball will be contacting the carrier next week to try and get an update on any negotiations, if they are taking place.

If you happen to be dealing with this issue, we'd like to hear about it. Add your comments. 

 
 
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