/// Comcast Wins Stay Of FCC Tennis Channel Order
Roger Federer and Serena Williams are going to be tough to find next week for tennis fans who suscribe to Comcast. That's because the Tennis Channel is going to remain in Comcast's lesser trafficked, high-channel-number sports tier—at least for a little while. Score match for Comcast, which won its request for a stay against the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision that would force Comcast to move the Tennis Channel to a more widely distributed tier on its cable lineup. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the district of Columbia Friday granted the cable giant's request for a stay, meaning that for now, the Tennis Channel remains packaged as part of a specialty tier, missing out on wider distribution for the U.S. Open beginning Aug.
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Comcast Wins Stay Of FCC Tennis Channel Order