NFL Network TV announcers before a game. Photo courtesy the US Presswire
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Rejoice, football fans!
The NFL Network is finally coming to Time Warner Cable, according to Scott Soshnic of Bloomberg Businessweek.
That means Time Warner-owned Bright House Networks will finally carry the NFL Network to Bay area customers.
A multi-year deal could be announced as early as Friday, Soshnic reported.
The RedZone Channel will also be available via Time Warner, according to Soshnic.
The NFL Network carries a slate of regular-season "Thursday Night Football" games and the debate-inducing "Top 100? program.
The Giants' Week 3 win over Carolina on Thursday was aired by the network. Its next matchup will feature Cleveland at Baltimore on Sept. 26.
It's uncertain when the NFL Network and Redzone Channel will be available to Time Warner subscribers, Soshnic reported.