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Update: Time Warner Cable joins DirecTV, Verizon FiOS in offering MLB.TV with Extra Innings

Matt Solinsky, Sports Editor and columnist at The Desert Sun.

For the first time, baseball fans who purchase the MLB Extra Innings package from their television provider also will have access to MLB.TV's streaming service for tablets, cell phones and other devices.

Time Warner Cable announced Monday that subscribers to MLB Extra Innings would also have access to MLB.TV, the top live streaming sports service.

Time Warner Cable joins DirecTV and Verizon FiOS who previously announced the dual subscription for customers in time for the official start of the Major League Baseball regular season on Monday, March

In the past, baseball fans needed to purchase both products separately in order to watch more than out-of-market games -- subscribing to Extra Innings to gain access to out-of-market games on their television and purchasing MLB.TV in order to watch the same games on home computers, laptops, cell phones and tablets.

Time Warner Cable digital customers can purchase MLB Extra Innings for $ DirecTV subscribers can purchase MLB Extra innings for $ or six installments of $ Verizon FiOS says customers can purchase MLB Extra Innings for $

For baseball fans only interested in watching out-of-market games on mobile or connected devices, they can purchase MLB.TV from Major League Baseball for $

Once fans purchase Extra Innings, they will need to go online to a special link from their television provider to activate their MLB.TV account and gain access to every out-of-market baseball game on most mobile and connected devices.

In addition, Time Warner Cable, DirecTV and Verizon FiOS customers can watch nearly every major league game through Sunday as part of a free preview of the Extra Innings.

The channel numbers on Time Warner Cable are

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This article is about the subscription TV package. For the extension of a baseball game, see extra innings.

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MLB Extra Innings is an out-of-market sports package distributed in North America by satellite provider DirecTV since [1] and by most cable providers since [1] The package allowed its subscribers to see up to 80 out-of-market Major League Baseball games a week using local over the air stations and regional sports networks.

As of the season, the feeds from both teams' broadcasts were available for each game on DirecTV, even if a team is showing the game locally on a broadcast station. Even though the package relies on satellite uplink paths, DirecTV also carries feeds from local broadcast and even cable-only networks as well, such as NBC Sports Philadelphia for the Philadelphia Phillies. Feeds that are not included on the DirecTV version of Extra Innings include KCAL (Dodgers), KCOP-TV (Angels), KNTV (Giants), and WCIU (Cubs and White Sox) unless the user resided in the team's local area.[citation needed]

The iN DEMAND version of Extra Innings added the "dual feed" system for select broadcasts after the MLB All-Star Game. Along with this, the iN DEMAND version of MLB Extra Innings was able to add broadcast television stations, WKYC (Indians), WJZ-TV (Orioles), WUSA (Nationals), WPIX (Mets, Yankees), WPHL-TV (Phillies), and in addition, one Canadian RSN, the Toronto Blue Jays' Rogers Sports Net feed. Previously, only one feed was available, usually the home team's.[citation needed] For the season, Comcast X1 customers could get all MLB EI games in HDTV, using the Beta IN DEMAND platform. DirecTV has offered all MLB EI (Most with dual HD feeds) games in HDTV for years.

Free previews of MLB Extra Innings were shown during the first week of the season, and the week after the All Star Game.

Availability[edit]

MLB Extra Innings is available with these cable and satellite providers:

Dish Network offered the package from –, but as of January , Dish was still not offering MLB Extra Innings.[2] Despite the status, the satellite provider began carrying the MLB Network on September 1, On March 29, , Dish announced it will again offer MLB Extra Innings.[3]

New contract and controversy[edit]

On March 6, , DirecTV signed a new seven-year carriage contract with the MLB. At first, it was to be an exclusive deal worth $ million. However, as a result of viewer complaints and antitrust concerns –voiced by, among others, MassachusettsSenatorJohn Kerry– MLB agreed to offer the package for renewal by cable systems and Dish Network. By March 9, negotiations had begun to try to settle the dispute, with a deadline of April 1, the first day of the MLB regular season.[4] MLB demanded that the cable systems bundle the renewal of the Extra Innings package with the MLB Network, a hour network in the vein of NFL Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network that MLB launched on January 1, Furthermore, these systems were asked to place the channel on an expanded digital tier. At least one major system, Time Warner Cable, balked at the terms.[5]

The offer from the cable consortium to MLB would have matched the financing portion, but cable was only willing to put the MLB Network on a premium tier. Cable systems did guarantee to reach at least as many viewers of MLB Network as DirecTV will reach. MLB was not satisfied with the offer, and publicly claimed that the cable companies failed to meet more of the criteria for the deal than they had actually met.[6] However, while MLB wanted the cable systems to match the same offer as DirecTV, MLB would be providing more generous benefits to DirecTV for the very same offer: DirecTV would be receiving a stake in MLB Network, thereby barring cable systems from receiving the telecasts. Hence, MLB was accused of claiming that cable would not meet the same terms as DirecTV, while not offering the same deal to the cable consortium.[7]

As of the start of the season on April 2, only DirecTV had agreed to those terms and was able to retain Extra Innings. It would not be available on any cable system until after the deadline was extended and agreements were reached.[citation needed]

On April 4, MLB and iN DEMAND finally reached an agreement similar to the one that MLB reached with DirecTV. Cable companies that carry iN DEMAND resumed carrying MLB Extra Innings and also agreed to add the MLB Network upon its launch. iN DEMAND only had the authority to negotiate directly for and agree to add the MLB Network on their owners' cable systems which are made up by Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Advance/Newhouse (Bright House Networks); in turn, iN DEMAND got an equity stake in the MLB Network about the same as the one DirecTV received. Cablevision which had been asking for their own equity stake as terms for them to agree to add the MLB Network came to terms with iN DEMAND and Major League Baseball on May 4, which was iN DEMAND and MLB's deadline for cable companies and Dish Network to reach a deal. Dish never came to an agreement and did not carry the package until a new deal was reached with MLB on March 31, Cablevision agreed to carry the MLB Network without getting the equity stake in it. Charter Communications also reached an agreement with MLB.[8]

iN DEMAND places MLB Extra Innings on the same channels as its NHL Center Ice service. Some providers, like Comcast and Suddenlink Communications, may not offer all 14 MLB game channels. Because of hockey games shown on the same channels (particularly in April), some nights on Comcast and Suddenlink see no more than 2 or 3 games being shown. Some Comcast cable systems do carry all 14 game channels, while some systems have limited number of channels. DirecTV customers do not have this problem, as their 15 channels (mostly RSN remaps) are dedicated solely to baseball.[citation needed]

Additional "Superfan" feature[edit]

In , MLB Extra Innings on DirecTV launched a "Superfan" premium package similar to that available from NFL Sunday Ticket. This included a "Game Mix" with eight games on the same channel, and a "Strike Zone Channel" with live cut-ins to the night's games. It was commercial free and also available in HD.[citation needed]

DirecTV subscribers with the Superfan package also received access to up to 40 games in HD each week. In , at least 10 games each week were in HD. HD equipment is required. Superfan cost an additional $50 on top of the MLB Extra Innings package subscription cost as well as requires one to subscribe to the $ HD monthly access fee.[9]

Beginning with the MLB season, "Superfan" no longer was offered as an option with MLB Extra Innings on DirecTV. Instead, the up to 40 HD games per week were part of the base package, provided to subscribers who already possess HD-ready equipment, and who paid the aforementioned HD monthly access fee.[10]

Blackout restrictions[edit]

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United States[edit]

Game broadcasts of a major league team in its home market are blacked out in that area if the same game is on the Extra Innings schedule. In most cases, these games can be seen locally on a broadcast or cable/satellite network. (If both feeds are available, as noted above, they are both blacked out.)[citation needed]

Games broadcast exclusively on ESPN are not available on Extra Innings. Beginning in the season, Fox broadcasts not shown on a local affiliate are available on Extra Innings.

Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox games formerly broadcast nationally via WGN America but still shown on WGN-TV in the Chicago area were available through the DirecTV version of Extra Innings from This also was the case for Cubs games televised by WLS-TV.

ESPN has exclusive broadcast rights for Sunday evening games. Any game starting after &#;p.m. Eastern on Sundays will not be broadcast on MLB Extra Innings. ESPN also televises a number of other games throughout the week. These, however, are not blacked out.[citation needed]

In North Carolina, Time Warner persistently refuses to carry the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), which means all Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles games - home and away - are blacked out because MLB includes the state in those teams' broadcast territory.[citation needed]

Canada[edit]

See also: Toronto Blue Jays §&#;Radio and television

Nationally-broadcast Toronto Blue Jays games and Sunday Night Baseball are not made available on Extra Innings and are available on Sportsnet and TSN2 respectively. All remaining televised games, including Major League Baseball on Fox, ESPN Major League Baseball and Major League Baseball on TBS are shown without exclusivity. New York Mets and New York Yankees games on WPIX-TV are not blacked out, nor were Chicago Cubs and White Sox games broadcast on WGN-TV. Out-of-market and shared territory games that air on Sportsnet's regional feeds are not blacked out, but may be subject to improper use of the simultaneous substitution rules.

Package price history[edit]

Many cable and satellite companies offer "early bird" package prices if ordered by the first week of the season or for automatic renewal, with some providers also offering a free subscription for the season for MLB.tv. The following prices were for the regular listed price per season for the cable packages.

DIRECTV has historically charged less for their SD only package than cable ($ to renew and $ for early bird in ) and instead offered HD and 'Superfan' for an additional charge.

DirecTV's first published prices (aka early bird) through the years: $, $, $, $ $

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Extra Innings Is No Longer Exclusive

Cable subscribers will once again be able to watch out-of-market Major League Baseball games, ending their fears that the Extra Innings package would become the exclusive domain of DirecTV for the next seven years.

M.L.B. and InDemand — a consortium that is owned by the cable operators Comcast, Time Warner and Cox — agreed last night to restore Extra Innings swiftly to their systems as a free preview through sometime next week, after which it will cost a discounted $ for a short period.

InDemand will make the package available today to other cable operators like Cablevision and Charter, who must make individual deals.

The Dish Network, DirecTV’s satellite rival, has not made a deal. “No one is locked out,” said Tim Brosnan, an executive vice president of M.L.B. But Dish said in a statement that baseball’s terms were too costly and that it was not optimistic that it could reach a fair deal.

The crucial part of the negotiations for baseball was InDemand’s agreement to carry the MLB Channel, which is to make its debut in

Between the deals made with DirecTV and InDemand, baseball said the channel will have 40 million subscribers when it starts. “We believe we have a compelling product that our fans are passionate about,” Brosnan said.

Robert D. Jacobson, InDemand’s president, said: “We’re very comfortable with the deal. We feel we were treated very fairly related to DirecTV.”

The InDemand partnership received an equity stake of a little below 20 percent in the MLB Channel, which is about equal to DirecTV’s.

M.L.B. will receive an average of $ million a year through for the Extra Innings rights from DirecTV and cable operators. The size of their yearly payments will be reduced if Dish negotiates its own deal.

Baseball will benefit further from its majority share of the estimated $ million in annual gross subscriber fees that the channel will generate.

By being the first to make a deal with M.L.B., DirecTV set the terms of negotiations with InDemand, and had to agree to give up its agreed-upon exclusivity on Extra Innings, and give up a little equity. "We were in a place where we wouldn't have done a deal if it wasn't beneficial to us," said Chase Carey, the president of DirecTV. "Why else would we have changed it?"

He said he did not feel any pressure as a result of last month's hearing about the deal that was held by the Senate Commerce Committee.

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MLB Extra Innings is an Out-of-Market Sports Package distributed by most cable and satellite providers in North America. The package allows its subscribers to see up to 60 out-of-market Major League Baseball games a week using local and national television networks.

Availability

MLB Extra Innings is available with these cable and satellite providers:

  • United States:
    • DirecTV
    • iN DEMAND
      • Bright House Networks
      • Cablevision (iO)
      • Charter Communications
      • Comcast
      • Cox Communications
      • Midcontinent Communications
      • RCN
      • Suddenlink Communications
      • Time Warner
  • Canada:
    • Bell ExpressVu
    • Access Communications
    • Cogeco
    • Rogers Cable
    • Vidéotron

New contract and controversy

On March 6, , DirecTV signed a new seven-year carriage contract with the MLB. At first, it was to be an exclusive deal worth $ million. However, as a result of viewer complaints and antitrust concerns - voiced by, among others, Massachusetts Senator John Kerry - MLB agreed to offer the package for renewal by cable systems and Dish Network. By March 9, negotiations had begun to try to settle the dispute, with a deadline of April 1, the first day of the MLB regular season.[1] MLB demanded that the cable systems bundle the renewal of the Extra Innings package with The Baseball Channel, a proposed hour network in the vein of NFL Network or NBA TV that MLB hopes to launch by Furthermore, these systems were asked to place the channel on an expanded digital tier. At least one major system, Time Warner Cable, balked at the terms.[2]

The offer from the cable consortium to MLB would have matched the financing portion, but cable was only willing to put The Baseball Channel on a premium tier. It should be noted, however, that the cable systems did guarantee to reach at least as many viewers of The Baseball Channel as DirecTV will reach. MLB was not satisfied with the offer, and publicly claimed that the cable companies failed to meet more of the criteria for the deal than they had actually met.[3] However, while MLB wanted the cable systems to match the same offer as DirecTV, MLB would be providing more generous benefits to DirecTV for the very same offer: DirecTV would be receiving a stake in The Baseball Channel, thereby barring cable systems from receiving the telecasts. Hence, MLB is publicly claiming that cable would not meet the same terms as DirecTV, but from the outset was not offering the same deal to the cable consortium.[4]

As of the start of the season on April 2, only DirecTV had agreed to those terms and was able to retain Extra Innings. It would not be available on any cable system until after the deadline was extended and agreements were reached.

On April 4, MLB and iN DEMAND finally reached an agreement similar to the one that MLB reached with DirecTV. Cable companies that carry iN DEMAND will resume carrying MLB Extra Innings, effective immediately, and also agreed to add the Baseball Channel. iN DEMAND only had the authority to negotiate directly for and agree to add the Baseball Channel on their owners' cable systems which are made up by Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Advance/Newhouse as (Bright House Networks) in turn iN DEMAND got an equity stake in the Baseball Channel about the same as the one DirecTV received. Cablevision which had been asking for their own equity stake as terms for them to agree to add the Baseball Channel came to terms with iN DEMAND and Major League Baseball on May 4, which was iN DEMAND and MLB's deadline for cable companies and Dish Network to reach a deal. Cablevision agreed to carry The Baseball Channel without getting the equity stake in it. It is being reported that Charter Communications has also reached an agreement with MLB. [5]

It should be noted that a few cable providers like Comcast and Suddenlink Communications may not offer all 14 MLB game channels, while a few game channels shares channel space with NHL Center Ice thus excluding a certain amount of games from their customers. Because of hockey games shown on the same channels, some nights on Comcast and Suddenlink no more than 2 or 3 games are shown. Some Comcast cable systems do carry all 14 game channels while some systems have limited number of channels. DirecTV customers do not have this problem, as their 15 channels are dedicated solely to baseball.

New features for

MLB Extra Innings on DirecTV has launched a "Superfan" premium package similar to that available from NFL Sunday Ticket. This includes a "Game Mix" with eight games on the same channel, and a "Strike Zone Channel" with cut-ins to the night's highlights.

DirecTV subscribers with the Superfan package also get access to at least one game in HD each day, up to 10 per week. HD equipment is required.

Blackout restrictions

Game broadcasts of a major league team in its home market are blacked out in that area if the same game is on the Extra Innings schedule. In most cases, these games are available on a normal local channel or cable channel anyway.

Nationally-broadcast games on FOX, ESPN or TBS are not made available on Extra Innings.

FOX has exclusive broadcasting rights for Saturday afternoon games. Any game starting prior to Eastern time on Saturdays will not be broadcast on MLB Extra Innings.

ESPN has exclusive broadcast rights for Sunday evening games. Any game starting after PM Eastern time on Sundays will not be broadcast on MLB Extra Innings. ESPN also televises a number of other games throughout the week. These, however, are not blacked out.

See also

  • List of current Major League Baseball announcers
  • Major League Baseball on regional sports networks

External links

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