Dodgers Release Statement On New Regional Sports Network

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LOS ANGELES – Dodger President and CEO Stan Kasten released the following statement this morning regarding the new Los Angeles Dodgers regional sports network:

“The launch of the new regional sports network is a historic development for the Dodgers and our passionate fans,” said Stan Kasten, CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers. “Our commitment from day one has been to build the Dodgers into the best team possible, both on and off the field. Our fans deserve the best – the best players, the best baseball, and the best experience – whether that’s at the newly renovated Dodger Stadium or on television.”

“Our mission is to have the most fan-friendly sports programming, and we welcome ideas and suggestions from our Dodger Community. We look forward to sharing updates with fans in the coming months. In the meantime, we remain very excited about the upcoming 2013 season where we will be showcasing our incredible new roster and the many enhancements to Dodger Stadium, as well as continuing our commitment to broadcast excellence with our current partners Fox Sports and KCAL 9.”

 

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3 comments

  1. The tag line should be:
    “All Vin Scully all the time.”
    Possible shows:
    “Vin and friends”
    “Classic Vin calls”
    “Pull up a chair” for an interview show
    “Back in Brooklyn…”
    Jerry Dogget Bloopers

    and a late night for those that can’t sleep: “Steiner reads the phone book”

  2. I watch every Dodger game on TV and am a DISH customer. Does that mean I will be cut off from watching completely? This would be devastating as I am a Dodger fan for over 50 years!

  3. As a long time DODGER fan, please don’t do us ( DirecTV customers )like the L.A. Lakers did with the the whole Time Warner Cable negociations, We have been True Blue Fans through think & thin, All we ask is to be fair with us. But besides that, I love what you guys are doing with team!!!!

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