Shop at Home TV is going dark - what becomes of WMFP and WSAH?

Sean Smyth
Wed May 17 11:36:57 EDT 2006

On Wed, 17 May 2006 09:23:51 -0400
 Scott Fybush <> wrote:
>It's actually WGN that has the greatest divergence between the
>local feed and the national feed these days. 

Getting back to the original thought: Would a new cable
superstation make financial sense nowadays? I'm presuming if
one were to pop up it'd be very hard to place sports
programming on it because of leagues and rights-fee issues --
the NBA has been fighting for years to get WGN to drop Bulls
games, and it got TBS to drop Hawks games a long time ago.

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