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AFTER WEEKS OF WRANGLING, THE license-fee dispute between MSG Media and Time Warner Cable that kept two regional sports networks dark on the MSO's systems since Jan. 1 has been resolved.
The new agreement, struck late Friday (Feb. 17), ended the 48-day impasse and made that evening's New York Knicks-New Orleans Hornets telecast on MSG available to Time Warner Cable subscribers. Deal terms, which were still being finalized, could not be ascertained by press time.
MSG and sister service MSG Plus had remained dark on Time Warner Cable systems in 2012 after the parties couldn't reach a new deal and the RSNs pulled their signals on Jan. 1 from the nation's No. 2 cable …