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dish NBA and blackouts

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#1 OFFLINE   tdw



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Posted 16 April 2005 - 12:13 PM

Hello all,

Quick question, checking Foxsports web site shows that Pacer's coverage on Fox MW that I get with my dish sub should not be blacked out. Last night's 76'ers game with the Pacers was blacked out. It was on one of the alternate RSN channels. It should have been the Fox midwest feed since the 76'ers are on Comcast Sportsnet Philly that isn't on satellite.

My zip code is 46614 and why would dish give us both FXMW and CCSN Chicago unless some sort of pro sport was available here...

If so, how should I convince them to fix this since blackouts always are 'the sports leagues' fault and it might be tough to get fixed.

BTW been a new subscriber for only a week. I believe I had the Pacers broadcasts on FXMW about 5 years ago with the add on RSN package.


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