MLB takes action to reduce TV blackouts

Sports reports that Major League Baseball is finally trying to white out
its blackout problem – and the restrictions that prevent so many from watching
games on television and over the Internet may be lifted as early as the 2009
season. Based on information gathered from the owners’ meetings in May, MLB
will redraw its territorial-rights map – the outdated gerrymandering that
causes areas such as Las Vegas and
Iowa to be blacked out
from 40 percent of games on a full schedule – to better reflect the present
broadcast landscape. To read the full story, click here.

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