Dish Network continues to be untruthful to customers about some baseball blackouts. 2 years ago I subscribed to the Fox Sports package as I was in the home market for the Yankees, Mets, Pirates, and Indians. Despite being in the home market for those teams all , except the Pirates, were always blacked out. No matter how I asked Dish questions about this, they always responded as though I was a dumb customer who did not understanding how blackouts usually work. They insisted that "we have no control over Blackouts, the rules are set by MLB". At that time, I asked who I could talk to in order to review if they were mistaken, and perhaps my zip code was incorrectly programmed for blackouts. They had no suggestions. Some months later I found this article in the Buffalo News. "Inquiring minds who subscribe to DISH network want to know: Why can't they get the blacked out Mets and Indians baseball games on regional networks, Fox New York and Fox Ohio, when DirecTV subscribers get them? A spokesman for DISH acknowledged that the satellite service, unlike DirecTV, hasn't made a deal with the owner of those regional networks. The spokesman added that DISH is negotiating for the rights. If you can't wait, you better trade dishes" Two year later Dish introduced MLB EXtra Innings (or "ESPN Baseball" as Laura the Customer Service Rep at Dish Executive Office insisted it was called !). I thought perhaps the previously blacked-out teams MIGHT be now available. No, no such luck, they are IN my home market. So, I asked several reps...if those teams are IN my market I should be able to get them if they are carried on a FOX RSA, right? The three CSR's I chatted with all insisted I did not understand baseball blackouts and it related to MLB rules, nothing to do with Dish. They were at a loss when I asked why Direct TV customers on the same street were not blacked out Today I received email from someone that claims what the Buffalo News reported is not unique to the Buffalo area. He claims several regions have different contracts with Fox, that Dish was "too cheap" to sign the same deals as Direct TV. I don't mind Dish refusing to sign expensive deals/contracts. I DO mind them not being truthful about why they do not offer certain products. Who, higher up the food chain, can I pursue this matter with? The CSR at Exceutive Office said that they cannot give names of people I could talk to.