It breaks down like this: Cablevision Fox Sports – Islanders, Devils MSG - Rangers, Knicks Yankees YES Network – Yankees, Nets Mets, Time Warner, Comcast SportsNet New York – Mets So now each cable/satellite provider must negotiate with four RSNs (3 different owners); each one trying to convince you that they are worth their weight in gold. Once upon a time the Mets, Yankees and Nets feel under Cablevision’s RSNs. Not today. Yet, the cost of Fox and MSG go up, not down. How does that work? Subscribers now have to bear the burden of an additional two RSNs who feel they can charge a premium due to the caliber of their teams. I know, in a perfect world, the market would dictate the RSNs worth. However, in this setup, the market has little to say. Dish could not negotiate a fair agreement for YES, so no YES. The same may happen with SNY. All other cable/satellite providers put up less of a fight either because they are afraid of losing subscribers or they own the RSN already, therefore, not much to fight over. Bottom line for NY sports fans – your screwed by paying too much to see your teams or your screwed by not paying and seeing nothing. Way to go TEAMS.