If you want to watch your local team, maybe don't subscribe to Dish.
Sinclair and Dish have a deal...but local sports aren't part of it.
Dish dropping RSNs is par for the course, and you can add another few to the list.
These carriage disputes tend to follow a pretty predictable pattern ahead of football season.
"We don’t have any customers calling us on RSNs today. ...We’re not interested in taxing our customers when they don’t watch the channels."
Dish and Sling really are not great options for live sports.
The live-bet integration might not be the smoothest application, but the overlay option could definitely have appeal.
"We are asking to be paid market rate for our programming so we can pay the affiliation fees required by NBC and FOX. This isn’t about greed, it’s about survival for our small, locally owned media company."
Top 20 markets including Tampa, Denver, and Cleveland subscribers were affected.
Our addiction to sports is costing more and more money
Just in time for Sunday football, the NFL's channels are back on Sling.
Another carriage dispute involving Dish. Color us shocked.