Like the proverbial question about the sound of a tree in the forest, I have a similar question about the NFL.
If they play an NFL game in prime time and half the people in the country canÆt watch, is it still considered an NFL game?
That is my question following the game Thursday night between the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers, which was broadcast on the NFL Network.
Like many others across the country, my cable company, Bright House Network, is embroiled in a long-running disagreement with NFL Network over channel placement, pricing, and other such things that seem trivial to me, but important to television executives.
Overall, seven of the top 10 cable companies in the country do not offer NFL Network.
Considering that the NFL Networ ...
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Article written by Dean Hybl