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MSG in Maryland
Mister88
Newbie

I need my Knicks

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Re: MSG in Maryland
Caps09
Specialist - Level 2

In our region, the only RSN's with territorial rights are CSN and MASN. If you want to see the Knicks, you'll need to buy NBA League Pass. The drawback for that is that MSG will not let iNDemand have access to HD games, so the only way to see the Knicks in HD is if they show the other team's feed. MSG feeds are there sometimes, but only in SD. Another drawback is that the entire NBA package on Verizon has all of one HD channel. Otherwise, just wait for the Knicks to be on a national channel or CSN when they play the Wizards.

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Re: MSG in Maryland
Mister88
Newbie

what you men all of one HD channel on FIOS?

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Re: MSG in Maryland
Caps09
Specialist - Level 2
That one HD channel is 1489.
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Re: MSG in Maryland
jvicarious
Newbie

The MSG feed of the Knicks is almost never available! Even when the Knicks are home they still use the road announcers. I can only remember two times when they used the MSG feed. What gives? Is this just Dolan being a douche again?

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Re: MSG in Maryland
Caps09
Specialist - Level 2

Yes. MSG will not allow iNDemand to have access to its HD feeds for any sport because they want more money for it, and they believe their HD games are more valuable than those of any other US regional sports network. iNDemand usually avoids MSG feeds if there's an HD feed to show, usually only carrying the MSG feed if there's no HD available for a particular game or if there's room in the package on a given night to carry both feeds.

DirecTV is the only place to get all the MSG feeds in HD for out of market sports, but they do pay extra fees for them.

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