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The Dodgers blackout is bad, but let's not make a federal case out of it
The Dodgers blackout is bad, but let's not make a federal case out of it

If you're a Dodgers fan — but not a subscriber to Time Warner Cable — then you've missed watching on TV most of the 108 games the team has played this year. In other words, you've missed more than half the season and all the highlights (including pitcher Clayton Kershaw throwing the first no-hitter of his career in June) that have landed the Dodgers at the top of the National League West. That's because Time Warner Cable, which bought the rights to distribute Dodgers games, has been in a standoff for months with other pay-TV providers over the fees it is asking if they want to carry the games. DirecTV, Cox Communications, Dish Network and others have...

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