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This not only affects subscribers to the live TV streaming service, but also Dish satellite customer in equal measure. Depending on who you ask will determine the answer you get as to who is to blame.
Advertisement Regardless of blame, the issue revolves around the inability for new terms to be agreed. The deal that was in place technically ended on Monday although a last-minute stay of execution until today had been applied in the hope the two sides would be able to iron out a deal and get it over the line before today.
Evidently that has proven to not be the case and as a result the nationwide channel blackout has now taken affect.
In its collective response, the various Fox RSNs state that they had offered to keep terms as they were, to basically extend the arrangement that was already in place, but the offer was rejected by Dish and Sling.
Advertisement Since the announcements went live across social media, both sides have followed up with very different approaches to the situation. The various RSNs are all directing affected customers to the keepmyhometeams.
In contrast, Sling TV has taken more of a 'hold on' approach as it is publicly making it clear it is fighting "to bring these channels back at the same great value you expect. All Rights Reserved.
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