Well, well, apparently the Sports Fans Coalition was had some success getting the FCC's attention
about the unfairness that is the most popular sports league in the State's blackout policy. Currently, the NFL
rules require any game that isn't sold out to be blacked out in the home team's market. The FCC
extended that rule from over-the-air broadcasters to cable and satellite since most people don't get TV with an antenna. This sounds like a good use of the FCC's time and all, but considering FOX, CBS etc own the rights
, we don't see how removing this rule would change the NFL's mind on its blackout policy. We suppose it's possible that publicity from this type of deliberation from the FCC could spur bigger change from the NFL or even Congress, but considering the success of the NFL, this might not end peacefully.