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Me on the Mets: NY vs. NY vs. Boston; still no reply from FOX
May 28, 2010 - Richard Rosentreter
On Monday, I sent FOX Sports in regard to regional coverage and why the NEW YORKS METS and NEW YORK YANKEES were not aired in all of New York state. I received an e-mailed verification that my question had been received. As of Friday, I have yet to receive an answer...
Here is the text of my question to FOX:
I live in upstate New York (Lake Placid, Essex County) and was deeply upset when I saw FOX's MLB game of the week was the Boston Red Sox vs. Phila. Phillies rather than the New York Mets vs. New York Yankees. I realize upstate NY is considered "New England" and the network subscribes to the regional coverage philosophy, BUT I live in New York. and there are mainly NEW YORK fans in NY. Could you further explain the technical end of regional coverage. Perhaps the network is not capable of a more defined breakdown in coverage areas? The same problem occurs during hockey season when the Boston Bruins are given preference over the New York Rangers... that I didn't get as upset over... with baseball it's NY vs. NY.I live in NY, and I most of the baseball fans in this area are either Mets or Yankees fans. The two teams play again in June. Not sure if FOX has the rights.. but will the same thing happen, so I don;t plan on watching baseball on FOX that particular day? Thanks for your help!
For some background on this issue, see previous blog.
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