Keep My Nets
- Customers can review information about losing Fox Networks
- Zip code entry tool available to show what channels might be lost
- Customers can voice their opinion on the situation by phone
When a cable provider and one of the networks it carries butt heads over a contract dispute the whole ordeal sometimes goes public. That is exactly what has happened in the current dispute between Charter and Fox. Fox is encouraging viewers to take action on the situation and has set up the Keep My Nets page in order to provide information about their stance on the matter. It appears that Charter customers face the possibility of a bleak reality that does not include popular programs such as telecasts of games from the Saint Louis Cardinals, Saint Louis Blues, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cincinnati Reds and many other MLB, NBA and NHL teams. In addition to losing the sports programming, customers may also lose the National Geographic Channel along with the FX Networks.
From the FAQs at the Keep My Nets Page
- Some of the Fox Sports Regional Networks that could be impacted include Fox Sports Florida and Fox Sports Midwest along with many others
- Time Warner and Bright House Networks are also impacted by the dispute due to Charter’s acquisition of those companies (now called Spectrum)
- Those who want to make sure the Fox programming continues uninterrupted can click the link to the Find Alternate Providers tool (by zip code)
Those who wish to get a better idea on what they stand to lose can click the See If You Are Affected tab at the Keep My Nets page to pull up a zip code entry tool that will show what networks may be lost in their area. Charter customers who wish to voice an opinion by phone can do so by calling 866-Keep-My-Nets.