Larry Weil kc1ih@mac.com
Mon Mar 25 03:21:31 EDT 2013

Universal Sports ended at the end of 2011, and was re-launched as NBC Sports Channel.

Larry Weil
Lake Wobegone, NH

Sent from my iPhone, so please excuse the brevity.

On Mar 25, 2013, at 1:04 AM, Garrett Wollman <wollman@bimajority.org> wrote:

> <<On Sat, 23 Mar 2013 10:54:01 -0400, "Mark Watson" <markwats@comcast.net> said:
>>  Compared to ESPN, NBC Sports Network and CBS Sports Network, how many 
>> cable subscribers get the Speed network?
> More to the point: how many cable subs *know* that they get Speed?
> I certainly couldn't tell you whether I get it or not without going
> into the channel settings on my TiVo to enable it.  I suppose the poor
> shlubs who are stuck with cableco-provided boxes don't have the option
> of disabling channels they have no interest in, but if they put
> national baseball games on FS1, I suppose I'll have little choice but
> to enable it (assuming I get it at all).  I can't see having any
> interest in anything else Murdoch might air.
> Anyone know the current status of Universal Sports?  Comcast kicked it
> off our system at the end of 2011, and they own(ed) a quarter of it.
> -GAWollman

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