Last November, Comcast announced they were dropping the YES Network over a contract dispute. The battle raged past baseball's Opening Day, even reaching the point where the Ocean County Freeholders demanded refunds from Comcast.

Finally, it appears a deal has been reached that will bring the Yankees, Nets, and NYCFC back to Comcast subscribers' television sets. The only drawback right now is that the deal won't take effect until after the start of the baseball season, so Yankee fans will still be stuck for a bit longer.

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The new deal also ensures that Comcast subscribers will keep the FOX News Channel, which is coming off its best year ever in terms of ratings. Comcast’s monthly carriage fee for Fox News will exceed $1.50 per-subscriber initially, with annual increases.

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