Astros' Crane: Comcast To Blame For CSN Bankruptcy
Best Chance For Fans To See Astros, Rockets Games Is For CSN Houston To Fail
David Barron Discusses The Complicated Comcast Bankruptcy SituationHouston Chronicle writer David Barron joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw to talk about the complicated legal situation with Comcast and Houston Sports teams. He discussed that it's very up in the air how long it might take to reach a settlement. Barron said they are working hard to reach a settlement but they still aren't sure when the viewing situation will be changed so more people can view the local games.
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Everyone Will Be Able To See Rockets Games On Comcast; Maybe Comcast Sports Net Houston (CSN) has decided to allow the many fans of the Houston Rockets who missed the opening night a chance to watch the team usher in a new era with Dwight Howard. The channel is not available on many of the cable providers in the Houston area and only an estimated 40% of Houston can watch the Rockets in their home.
You Might Not Be Seeing The Rockets Anytime SoonJohn Ourand, from Sports Business Journal, joins MaD Radio and tries to explain this epic CSNH debacle and why you might not be able to watch your Rockets any time soon.
CSN Needs Astros And Texans To Do Better For TV DealDerek Baine joins MaD Radio from SNL Kagen to discuss what the hold up is with CSN and what needs to happen for fans of the Rockets and Astros to see their teams.
The Latest On Aaron HernandezSteve Bunin joins MaD Radio to catch up on all of the days biggest stories.
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Calvin Murphy Returns To Rockets BroadcastsCalvin Murphy talks about what the new look Rockets TV broadcast will look like.