Will Richmond

Online Industry Analyst, VideoNuze

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There's a new twist on the Lakers'  20-year deal  with Time-Warner Cable, which controls about 40% of the pay-TV homes in the LA market.

Lakers Deal with Time Warner to Cost All TV Viewers

There's a new twist on the Lakers' 20-year deal with Time-Warner Cable, which controls about 40% of the pay-TV homes in the LA market.

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