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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Quote Originally Posted by Brutus View Post
    They're available on sports tier with most providers, as with most regional networks. I imagine they're still on in probably a million homes in the LA market. That's not insignificant.
    No, they are not on in the sports tiers in the LA Market. The LA/Orange County market is exclusive to the Dodgers and Angels.

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Skyline chili has a taste that I just can't stand.

    My brother,nephew,and myself finished a job in the Dupont plant and by the time we packed up and headed for home it was way past dinner and we were starving.I was looking forward to trying the famous Skyline chili,boy were we disappointed.

    As my brother reached for the red sauce(to try to make it palatable),my nephew grabbed his arm and said don't,it makes it worse.We left and found another place to get something to eat.
    May the Lord bless

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Quote Originally Posted by wlf WV View Post
    Skyline chili has a taste that I just can't stand.

    My brother,nephew,and myself finished a job in the Dupont plant and by the time we packed up and headed for home it was way past dinner and we were starving.I was looking forward to trying the famous Skyline chili,boy were we disappointed.

    As my brother reached for the red sauce(to try to make it palatable),my nephew grabbed his arm and said don't,it makes it worse.We left and found another place to get something to eat.
    Blasphemy!

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Quote Originally Posted by medford View Post
    Elk & Elk, because we've taken the money saved on our comb overs to buy this fancy computers.
    But they've now upgraded to "Minority Report" -like touch screen capabilities, didn't you see? So they have to be good.

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Blasphemy!

    I have no skin in the game when it comes to liking/disliking Skyline, but they need to get a new jingle at some point, please, I'm begging.

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    When I am watching the Reds games with MLB.tv, I get local San Diego commercials during the break. Sometimes just the break in action screen.

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    How can we have a thread discussing past Reds commercials with no mention of Red Roof Inn?

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    Re: Reds TV experiences a bump

    Quote Originally Posted by RBA View Post
    No, they are not on in the sports tiers in the LA Market. The LA/Orange County market is exclusive to the Dodgers and Angels.
    Well yes and no. I was referring to the channels being carried on sports tier in the L.A. markets (which is absolutely true for the operators that have picked up FS San Diego) but I wasn't thinking about blackout restrictions, so because of RSN exclusivity in those counties, you're right the games would be blacked out on sports tier.

    My point, though, was about the fact FS San Diego was carried in L.A. on sports tier but forgot about the Padres' games being blacked out regionally. So the channel is carried in L.A. but you're right the games themselves aren't. Anyone that wanted to see the Padres in L.A. would need to purchase an extra innings package or MLB TV.
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