Plop, plop, fizz, fizz: So this is how Steve Physioc has been staying employed lately

The former Angels play-by-play man and a regular part of Fox’s college football coverage should know first-hand about how these negotiations with News Corp and DirecTV have been going, based on his sources.

Or, he’s only getting one side of the story.

This website, KeepOurNets.com, was was put up by a consortium of cable systems trying to scare customers into dropping DirecTV and joining them as a Nov. 1 deadline approaches in what could theoretically lead to drop channels such as Fox Sports West, Prime Ticket, Fuel, Speed and Fox Soccer Channel. Furthermore, they’re saying Fox’s KTTV-Channel 11 in L.A. could also be part of this.

Here’s how Phyz lays it out:

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One thought on “Plop, plop, fizz, fizz: So this is how Steve Physioc has been staying employed lately

  1. If I was a DIRECTV customer I wouldn’t be too happy. Going through a channel negotiation will interrupt my entertainment viewing. Thank goodness though I subscribe to DISH Network because I get to watch all the college football I want. As a DISH employee I can tell you that according to FOX, DIRECTV may be losing local FOX channels too.

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