Public shaming, private ambivalence and all other kinds of agitated media verbiage have done so, so much to resolve this royally mucked-up distribution discussion involving the Dodgers, Time Warner Cable and SportsNet L.A.
Next up: A media-savvy intervention.
It’s been strangely quiet a month out from the start of the regular season and days away from SportsNet L.A.’s abbreviated exhibition slate of games — we’ll get to that later.
Has Think Blue TV Fatigue meant that no one’s talking?
“There are a lot of things we’d like to discuss, but our lawyers and business people say we can’t because it wouldn’t get us closer to a solution and would only inflame someone on the other side, so that’s why we don’t engage in a public war,” said Stan Kasten, the Dodgers’ president and CEO, this week from Glendale, Ariz.
“But not a day, including weekends and holidays, goes by where we are not engaged into in a discussion, a meeting or a memo related to this problem.”