The Great Dodgers Blackout continues. If you're not a Time Warner Cable subscriber, chances are you're not seeing any games on TV this season.
All the other leading pay-TV providers — DirecTV, Verizon, AT&T, Dish Network — have said thanks but no thanks to Time Warner's insistence that all their customers pay about $5 a month for a new Dodgers channel, regardless of whether they want it.
In fact, only one pay-TV company in Southern California other than Time Warner now carries the channel. That's tiny Champion Broadband, which serves about 5,500 subscribers in Arcadia and Monrovia.
And the company isn't happy about that dubious...