If the pro football lockout extends into the season, the broadcast networks will lose “hundreds...

|By:, SA News Editor

If the pro football lockout extends into the season, the broadcast networks will lose “hundreds of millions in revenues" as they replace NFL games with less-popular programs, Moody's says. Because DirecTV (DTV) is the only provider with access to every NFL game, a lockout would affect it most, but CBS, NBC (CMCSA), ESPN (DIS) and Fox (NWS) could all face pressure.