Time Warner vs. NFL Network

NFL Announces Time Warner Agreement: NFL Network and Redzone Channels Will Debut Sunday, September 23

UPDATE I: The NFL has announced that they've reached a multyear deal with Time Warner. According to the NFL press release, the NFL Network and NFL RedZone channels will debut this Sunday, September...

With Time Warner Acquiring Insight Cable NFL Expands NFL Network Coverage

Insight Cable is being acquired by Time Warner, which will largely impact those customers' chances for the NFL Network at a time that the network is expanding their coverage.

Deal Unlikely This Year Between The NFL And Time Warner

Well the glowing optimism between the NFL and Time Warner in September has dissolved. Now we're back to where we started.

Updating The Time Warner And NFL Network File

Early August reports surfaced that the NFL Network may be available to Time Warner customers by the start of the 2011 season with Jim Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer writing that "Time...

The NFL Gets Another Assist by the Government

There's several issues with the government -- like how they apply their laws (or force their influence, on trivial things, on our daily lives) -- that I passionately disagree with; weighing in on...

Is there a compromise between the NFL Network and Time Warner?

There might be a compromise between the NFL Network and Time Warner. Let me say that again. There might be a compromise between the NFL Network and Time Warner. And the benefits to all of us, might...

The NFL Network/NFL Sunday Ticket vs. Cable Stalemate is Stale

Take this perspective. When the NFL Network tells you that Time Warner is preventing you from seeing their games and 24x7 coverage, do they really think you're that stupid? It is, after all, their...

The Big Ten Debutes

What do you get when leagues start grossly overestimating the interest from the public? You have the NFL Network and Time Warner unable to broadcast to some customers because compromise is only a...

Big Ten Network / Time Warner and ESPNU Come to an Agreement

First it was the NFL Network refusing to come to terms with Time Warner leaving millions and millions of football fans in the dark during their national games; unless it was in the home market....

Time Warner and Cablevision say no thanks to NFL Network

I think the NFL and some owners are pissed off. They have to be. They claim to have left over $400 million on the table during television negotiations so they could broadcast eight measly games on...

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NFL Network offers free week.. without games.

The NFL Network is providing one week of free programming from December 24-30th. NFL.com likens it to HBO or Showtime having a free preview weekend. Of course, during that weekend, HBO doesn't...

Crosstown Shootout... on ESPNU?

This is a non-Bengals related local sports post. Tomorrow (Wednesday), the University of Cincinnati plays Xavier in the annual Crosstown Shootout. The level of discussion is down this year. Some...

Cable rates go up -- Time Warner power move?

If you're in the Southwestern region of Ohio (i.e. Cincinnati) watching television via Time Warner, then most likely you're going to see a 5.1% increase in your rates, says the Cincinnati Enquirer...

Ready for some football (if you have the network)?

Well, here we are. The Bengals are playing tonight (Thursday) on the NFL Network. If you're outside the primary market (i.e. Cincinnati) and don't get Channel 5, WLW-TV, then you're basically...

The morning after.. NFL Network.

After having two full plates of turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, sweet potatoes and stuffing, I was treated to two apple pies and a pumpkin pie. I won’t lie. I take full advantage of Thanksgiving...

The NFL Network vs. Time Warner battle continues...

ESPN.com’s John Helyar does a nice job summarizing the NFL Network vs. Cable Programming battle that continues to ensue. In short, the NFL is demanding outrageous fees that the cable providers...

The NFL Network battle rages...

The NFL Network: A little full of themselves?At first, I was a normal fan that asked the simple question: "Why in the world wouldn't Time Warner pick up the NFL Network?" I figure if the cable...

What does Time Warner have to risk?

These two sweethearts are sour with each other. Adelphia cable, which carries the NFL network, was acquired by Time Warner. Time Warner then did what they usually do; ticking off their customers....

More NFL network talk

The problem with the NFL Network is their limited reach.  A majority of people in the Cincinnati area don't get the option to watch the NFL network because Time Warner isn't broadcasting the...

The NFL Network and Time Warner

I don't subscribe to the NFL network. Not by choose, rather restriction of circumstances. I live in an apartment that forbids satellites on or around their property. So I'm relegated to Time Warner...

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