Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/24/05 at 11:13 AM ET
According to a blurb in the Buffalo News, OLN plans on asking cable companies to fork over forty cents per subscriber for the added value of televising the NHL. Now, hockey fans will pay that in an instant, but what about the majority of subscribers who don't even know what NHL stands for?
A buzz around the Saginaw/Flint area is Charter Cable has dropped Center Ice this year because they feel they lost money during the lockout. Hockey fans are protesting, forcing Charter to re-examine their decision and some other fans have dropped Charter and have gone the dish route.
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