Time Warner Cable faces lawsuit, carriage woes in Los Angeles

There's no joy in Los Angeles for Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), which has been unable to sign a single carriage deal for its Dodgers channel, SportsNet LA, with competitors like DirecTV (NASDAQ: DTV) saying pricing for the channel is "far above any rational view of the market." Now it's facing another problem: a discrimination lawsuit filed against the L.A. Lakers basketball team and Time Warner Cable by longtime Lakers Spanish-language announcer Fernando Gonzalez. FierceCable has more details in this article.

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