Q: Why did the Dynamo choose to move the games to CSN? Especially since CSN does not have distribution on DIRECTV, DISH, AT&T UVerse, and Time Warner Cable?
A: CSN believes in the Dynamo and shares the passion and commitment for growing the game of soccer. Fans will see high-quality, HD match production and an array of in-depth programming. This is by far the most comprehensive TV partnership of any MLS team.
Q: What kind of Dynamo coverage will be seen on CSN?
A: In addition to matches, CSN will produce pre and postgame shows, a weekly in-season magazine show, a monthly off-season show, a pre-season preview, a post-season wrap up special, and a behind-the-scenes documentary series. The Dynamo will also be covered heavily on SportsNet Central, the network’s live regional sports news show that airs three times daily. Dynamo players and staff will also be guests on SportsTalk Live, the network’s daily live talk and analysis show.
Q: Where can I watch CSN Houston?
A: What TV provider do you use?
- Comcast Cable (channels 39/639 in the Houston area, 86/1688 in Houma, La Place, Monroe and Shreveport, La., 269/1687 in Little Rock, Ark.).
- EnTouch (channels 73/473 in the Houston area).
- Coastal Link (channels 31/131 in Brazoria County, Texas).
- Phonoscope (channels 35/293 in the Houston area).
- Consolidated Communications (channel 42/723 in the Houston area).
Follow Comcast SportsNet Houston on Twitter: @CSNHouston for the latest news and information about the network.
Q: So if I don’t have Comcast Cable I can’t watch the network?
A: CSN Houston is available to all TV, satellite, and telco providers. We encourage you to call 1-800-4CSNHOUSTON or visit IWantCSNHouston.com to tell your provider to add the network.
Q: Can I get the network where I live?
A: CSN Houston’s prospective broadcast region includes all areas that previously saw Astros, Dynamo and Rockets games; Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and New Mexico, based on league blackout restrictions.
Q: Can I watch games on a sports package or online?
A: Sports packages and online streaming of games (MLB Extra Innings, MLS Live, NBA League Pass, etc.) are subject to league blackout restrictions and will be the same as offered in previous seasons.
Q: Will games be available on a Spanish language TV station?
A: At this time, CSN does not have a Spanish language feed for Astros, Dynamo, or Rockets games.
Q: Do you know if any bars or restaurants are showing the games?
A: This is by no means a full list, and we can’t be sure these places will have the games on, but you can start here. You can also go to CSNHouston.com and click “Bar and Restaurant Guide” in the bottom section of the main page.