YouTube TV and Marquee Sports Network?

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  1. Bader

    Bader Well-Known Member

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    Text of the email I received:

     
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  2. cyfanatic

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    Cool...thanks! Basically what they tweeted out.
     
  3. JD720

    JD720 Active Member

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    No. There's an app, but you need to login in with your cable credentials. There is no way to subscribe directly from them.
     
  4. JP4CY

    JP4CY I LOVE LAMP
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    In today's world, that's a fail.
     
  5. cyfanatic

    cyfanatic Well-Known Member

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    I am guessing it is a MLB thing...keeping the local/regional TV contracts from bleeding off out of market teams. By going through distributors like cable/satellite/streaming companies...MLB can manage which markets can and will make money compared to others.
     
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  6. chuckd4735

    chuckd4735 Well-Known Member

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    Those streams have really gone down in quality the last few years. For me, if Im able to purchase a subscription somewhere that increases the quality, its worth it. However, if its your only options, its better then not watching.
     

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