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Good News for Cablevision Subscribers

Mike SteffanosWednesday, March 15, 2006
By Mike Steffanos


Janet, a reader, posted the following Comment to a previous article about SNY:

I inquired with Cablevision last night by email and received back the following email:

Response (Shawn G) - 03/15/2006 12:02 AM
Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for your recent email. I understand and will be happy to address your inquiry. We are pleased to announce beginning on Thursday, 3/16/06, a new network, Sportsnet New York (SNY) will be made available to all existing Cablevision customer who subscribe to family cable and higher packages at no additional charge. SNY will be located on channel 60 in all areas except Litchfield, where we will move Game Show Network to channel 88 and launch SNY on channel 62.

Programming is currently scheduled to begin on 3/16 at 5:00pm, and will be followed at 8:00pm, for the preseason game of the NY Mets vs. Atlanta Braves. Sportsnet New York is the new regional sports network that will be the official television home of the Mets and Jets.

Again, thank you for contacting us to express your programming interests. We look forward to being able to continue offering our customers the most sought after content available. If you have any further inquiries regarding this matter, please feel free to email again at www.Cablevision.com

Thank you for choosing Cablevision.

Shawn
Cablevision Shared Services

Congratulations to those of you with Cablevision, it certainly looks like you'll be able to watch SNY's debut tomorrow.

Comments (5)

Life will never be the same. If only i was retiring.

1. I already ranted. but Bannister and Heilman look ready. MOST may get their wish if VZ is sent to the pen in the wake of the fact he has not gotten enuff spr innings. H/E, Venezuela is done therefore so is Vic.

2. Iriki is the swingman that Koo was supposed too be so he is locked in and doing fine. I'm willing to let everything else come together. But I already see Kepp, playing 3rd and 2nd and moving around. Ditto for Woodward. I doubt Valentin goes North.

J. damon is broken...ouch.

Valentin has guaranteed contract of 900K plus. I hope he doesn't go North but given the circumstances, it's highly likely he will.

One of my gripes against the WBC is that Zambrano has not pitched enough innings as a starter to get ready for this thing. Since Bannister pitched so little at AAA last season it wouldn't surprise me if he went down for a while unless a starter misses time.

I think Tol is right about Valentin -- who signed a major-league contract.

Valentin could go North but there is still a cut day for players with guaranteed contracts.

Maybe I'm just paranoid, but I can see Valentin being really awful and the Mets keeping him on the roster anyway. Then again, maybe he plays decent and it doesn't matter. I still think the Mets are more likely to leave a a vet like him on the bench and send down Diaz if Nady grabs the RF job.

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