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Will Comcast Give RSN Rebates to Subscribers?

Q. I heard yesterday that Comcast said it’s giving rebates back to subscribers for missing out on sports during the Covid shutdown. When will this happen and how much will we get back? I would like to use it for a last-minute summer trip! — Nathan, Baltimore. Hold on, Nathan. Comcast said yesterday in a

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Dish vs. Sinclair: No, There’s Nothing New

Q. I want to watch the Mavericks and Rangers now that they are back and playing. But Dish still doesn’t carry Fox Sports Southwest. Is there anything new in this ridiculous fight? — Eddie, Fort Worth, Texas.  Eddie, I’ve received several e-mails from Dish subscribers since Major League Baseball began its 2020 season last week,

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Comcast to Carry Marquee Sports Network

Comcast has agreed to carry the Marquee Sports Network, the new TV home of the Chicago Cubs, the Chicago Tribune reports this morning. The agreement comes just several hours before the Cubs’ first game of the 2020 season. Chicago tonight plays the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field. “We finished our negotiations with Comcast to carry

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AT&T TV Now to Stream Nats, O’s, 4 Other Teams

AT&T TV Now is adding the regional sports networks that carry the Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates and Los Angeles Dodgers, reports Forbes. Each RSN will be available in market only in the live streaming service’s Max plan, which costs $80 a month. This will mark the first time that

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How to Get SportsNet LA Via Streaming

Q. I want to watch the Dodgers this season, but I don’t want to get Charter. They are way too expensive. Is there a way to stream the Dodgers channel without cable or satellite? — Mads, Marina Del Rey, California.  Mads, as you probably know, Spectrum SportsNet LA, the TV home of the Los Angeles

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MLB Extra Innings: Comcast Offers a Bigger ‘Discount’

Q. I saw your stories about DIRECTV and Dish’s Extra Innings plans. Has Comcast set a price yet? I hope it’s cheaper because $90 is ridiculous. I think it should be at least $25 less than that because the season is so short. — Barry, Bowie, Maryland.  Barry, you’re right. DIRECTV is now charging $90

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Dish Offers MLB Extra Innings ‘Discount’

Dish is undercutting rival DIRECTV’s new MLB Extra Innings price. By one penny. Yes, Dish says at its web site that it will charge $89.99 for this year’s 60-game MLB Extra Innings package, compared to DIRECTV’s $90. (The season is scheduled to start on July 23 with two night games including a matchup between the

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Comcast vs. Marquee Sports: Anything New?

Q. I liked your story today on YouTube TV and Marquee. But what about Comcast? Is there anything new with them carrying Marquee? They are the biggest cable company in our area, you know?! — Jim, Buffalo Grove, Illinois.  BREAKING: Comcast to Carry Marquee Jim, you are right. Comcast has yet to sign on to

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Will YouTube TV Carry Marquee Sports?

Q. I’ve stayed with YouTube TV even though they raised the price. But will they have the Marquee Sports channel that has the Cubs on it? If the answer is no, I think I’m gone. — Bobby, Evanston, Illinois.  Bobby, as you note, YouTube TV just raised the price of its monthly service from $50

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Dish vs. Sinclair: Anything New?

Q. I thought Dish would have had the Fox regional sports channels back by now with the baseball and basketball seasons starting again soon. What’s new with this? Anything at all?! — Davey, Phoenix.  Davey, Dish (and its live streaming service, Sling TV) has been missing the 22 Fox-branded regional sports networks since July 2019

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