Cablevision, whose customers are still being treated to anti-Fox ads where there programming is supposed to be, failed to come to an agreement with News Corp. over distribution fees before the World Series started last night. After Rupert Murdoch's parent company rejected Cablevision's offer to pay the same price as Time Warner Cable, Cablevision e-mailed its customers an offer to reimburse them the $10 fee to live-stream the games on MLB.com. You know things are bad if a cable company is pushing customers to watch TV online. [VideoNuze]
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