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Fox Sports Indiana?

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#1 OFFLINE   tsmacro


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Posted 30 November 2006 - 06:29 PM

For years the Indiana Pacers have been broadcast on Fox Sports Midwest. Granted it was an alternate broadcast on that RSN that only showed up in Indiana but they always called it FSN Midwest even though you always had to look for which "alt channel" they were on to watch the game. Now i've noticed that this season when I watch the Pacers they call themselves FSN Indiana. Does this mean that the Indiana version is on it's way to becoming a full-time RSN? So far it's still broadcast on "alt channels" but the name change has me wondering. One thing I do like is that you do get to watch full pre and post game shows with the games now if you want to. Before pretty much the second the game was over the Dish slate and elevator music would pop up on the screen and if you got to see any of the post-game show it was a fluke.

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