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  • Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

    http://panthersportstalk.com/schedule.html

    Congrats to PST for getting on in the Chicagoland area (and beyond!)! Huge audience they are reaching!
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    Re: Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

    WOW. That is huge.
    Selling a lot of old UNI stuff here: http://www.panthernation.com/showthread.php?t=65762

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      Re: Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

      Nice work by whoever did this. That said, just another reason to be aggravated about not being able to get Direct TV. Mediacom doesn't carry CSN.

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        Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

        Originally posted by SteinPizza View Post
        Nice work by whoever did this. That said, just another reason to be aggravated about not being able to get Direct TV. Mediacom doesn't carry CSN.


        That....uh...seems to go against Mediacoms channel guides






        Not too long ago I had Mediacom, before cord cutting, and we got it. I have family in the Cedar Valley with mediacom who have it. My neighbor, who has me over quite a bit to watch games has mediacom and has it

        I guess it must be your part of Iowa that doesn't get it.

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          Re: Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

          Originally posted by claw View Post
          That....uh...seems to go against Mediacoms channel guides






          Not too long ago I had Mediacom, before cord cutting, and we got it. I have family in the Cedar Valley with mediacom who have it. My neighbor, who has me over quite a bit to watch games has mediacom and has it

          I guess it must be your part of Iowa that doesn't get it.
          Thanks, but correct. The CSN channels mentioned above are Fox Sports Midwest in the city of Des Moines. My neighborhood in Des Moines is hit or miss for Direct TV due to large oak trees, hills, position of house relative to those, etc. Maybe I get lucky and FSN MW carries this show, since they seem to share a little bit of programming with CSN. There are plenty of other CSN programs I'd like to watch as well, and could personally give a crap about KC or STL related teams.

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            Re: Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

            Originally posted by TravelingPanther View Post
            WOW. That is huge.
            Well, once you get Spencer, the rest fall in line.
            "Well, that escalated quickly."

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              Re: Panther Sports Talk Now on Comcast Chicago

              Originally posted by SteinPizza View Post
              Thanks, but correct. The CSN channels mentioned above are Fox Sports Midwest in the city of Des Moines. My neighborhood in Des Moines is hit or miss for Direct TV due to large oak trees, hills, position of house relative to those, etc. Maybe I get lucky and FSN MW carries this show, since they seem to share a little bit of programming with CSN. There are plenty of other CSN programs I'd like to watch as well, and could personally give a crap about KC or STL related teams.
              That's ****ty. CSN is pretty legit, minus the fact I despise all Chicago teams.

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