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It was blacked out on Sunday ticket because it was on your local station. The only exception to this I have found is that they don't black out the Hi-Def games on Superfan. You will just have to watch your local channels, and if it is there, it won't be on Sunday ticket for you, you will have to watch it on your local.
 

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I would hardly call having to program a piece of electronic equipment once a week a major catstrophe, or babysitting. What6 do you want tit to do next?? Have your coffee ready when you wake up, and determine whether it is regular or De-caf??
 

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DJConan said:
Speaking of black outs...my team (Ravens) are playing MNF tonight on ESPN and obviously, in HD. I noticed that my local channel is also broadcasting the game (as they have in the past when the game is on a cable channel). However, this local channel has NEVER broadcasted a game in HD and tonight is no exception.

I suppose the local channel determines if the game will be blacked-out on ESPN? I seriously do not want watch MNF in SD because my local team is playing. That's the time HD is the most essential! :)
No, you should not be blacked out tonight. ESPN is not a local channel. What local channel is carrying it? ESPN owns the rights to Monday Night Football now. No other network can carry the game. That would cause all kinds of problems between ESPN and their advertisers if another network were carrying the game. Are you referring to ESPN on your local cable provider, or ESPN on D* in SD?
 
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