Time Warner Cable says it is dropping the price of the Los Angeles Dodgers' sports channel, in the hopes that other distributors will sign on after a long and contentious dispute.
But so far there's no telling whether the newly floated price will satisfy holdouts like satellite provider DirecTV.
Here are the numbers behind the dispute:
Time Warner Cable had originally offered the channel at a rate of $4.90 a month per subscriber home, according to research firm SNL Kagan. DirecTV and others balked at the price, however, saying it was too steep.
As an olive branch, Time Warner said this week it would reduce its carriage fee. It is now asking for a rate...