Los Angeles Dodgers Streaming Games On Spectrum If Bundled With Two Services

Los Angeles Dodgers games on Spectrum SportsNet LA will now have free streaming access for the 2024 regular season. The catch? It’s limited to customers with both Spectrum internet and mobile service who live inside the Dodgers home television territory.

Spectrum will cover all streaming costs so that eligible customers will be able to access live games as well as pre and postgame coverage and game replays via MLB.com and the MLB app.

“We are constantly exploring ways to maximize value for our customers,” said Sharon Peters, EVP for Charter Communications, which operates the Spectrum brand. “This innovative offer enhances Spectrum’s suite of connectivity products and services for both new and existing customers, while also extending the availability of Dodgers games to more fans in the LA area, on us.”

To receive free digital access to 2024 Dodgers regular season games on Spectrum SportsNet LA, customers must subscribe to both Spectrum internet and mobile service. Spectrum TV customers with access to SportsNet LA can continue to watch Dodgers games via their TV lineup, the Spectrum TV app, or the Spectrum SportsNet app.

Dodgers fans have been grumbling for years about not being able to watch games that are exclusive to Spectrum’s (formerly Time Warner Cable) SportsNet LA cable channel. In 2017, Spectrum Networks simulcast 10 regular-season games on KTLA-TV to appease them.

Time Warner Cable, which was acquired by Charter Communications, which rebranded it as Spectrum, has been on the hook since 2014 to air Dodgers games exclusively when it committed $8.35 billion for a 25-year hold on TV rights. That has led to fury among fans who don’t subscribe to the service.

Erik Pedersen contributed to this report.

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