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Time Warner Cable SportsNet Announces Deal With Verizon

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After a summer of uncertainty, two more major television providers have agreed to terms with the Lakers’ new broadcasting home, Time Warner Cable SportsNet.

It was announced today by Time Warner that the television providers Charter, and now Verizon, will be carrying the new home of the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Below is the statement from Time Warner:

Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes and Verizon FiOS have agreed to terms. Details will be announced in the coming days.

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  • Rdeal4you2

    What about directive?

  • Lana

    Thanks Verizon!

  • LG

    get your head out of your a$$ time warner and give it up to directv already

  • LakerfanBAKERSFIELD

    Common DirecTv.  Yall kno Most people got directv you will lose a lot of costumers if yu keep on.  People in Cali are mostly Laker fans.  We some die hard fans here waitin for the season tu start.  

  • Darrylad

    Damn, I just fired Verizon and went with dish network. Oh well! Bad timing

  • Lakers_824

    DISH NETWORKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • EZCASKIP

    LET’S GO AT&T U-VERSE!!!! IT’S YOUR TURN…WE ARE LAKER’S FANS TOO!!!!!

  • Terrell7adkins

    Let’s go COX Cable, get on the ball….

  • Still will

    That’s right Verizon….You know what time it is. Ok Laker fans in L.A. and Lake Elsinore are happy now :) 

  • Kmac562

    Thank god I have Verizon Fios…  I can watch my Team!!!

  • Aaron Bradley

    OH YEAH I CAN FINALLY WATCH THE LAKER GAMES NOW THAT THEY MADE I DEAL WITH VERIZON FIOS !!!!!!!!!

  • Purps & Gold

    Directv!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

  • yragcom1

    DirecTV will be the LAST company to make the deal. Bet on it. Because they know that they have the biggest susbscriber base, susbscribers that TWC needs to cover the rating numbers. With fewer people watching because of DirecTV not being included, TWC has less justification to charge advertisers the rates they ask for on Laker games. And DirecTV knows this.

    DirecTV will wait for TWC to come around to its senses, and cut a fair deal, not this $4 a subscriber nonsense. It may be two or three weeks into the season though. Considering the Lakers are 0-8 preseason, have a new untested coach, and Kobe and Howard on and off the rack from day to day, I’d say that the Lakers aren’t worth exactly what they’re asking right now. Something else DirecTV knows.

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