Hilton Head, Bluffton & Beaufort SC Customers missing Braves Games

Hilton Head, Bluffton & Beaufort SC Customers missing Braves Games

Published Jun. 18, 2012 2:23 p.m. ET


If you are a Hargray Communications customer in Beaufort SC, Bluffton SC or Hilton Head SC, you no longer receive FOX Sports Carolinas.
This means you will miss the 70 Braves games the network provides each season, as well as all of Fox Sports Carolinas’ SEC and ACC football coverage, including Furman @ Clemson and UAB @ South Carolina on 9/15. Rest assured that Fox is making every effort to engage Hargray in discussions that will result in sports fans in Hargray service areas having access to FOX Sports Carolinas and all the great sporting events the network offers.  Unfortunately, Hargray has stated that they are only interested in offering FOX Sports Carolinas on an additional level of service, one that would require customers to pay Hargray more in order to receive the network.  We don't think that it is right for certain viewers to have to spend extra to get FOX Sports Carolinas, particularly since every other cable provider in South Carolina has always offered FOX Sports Carolinas on its Expanded Basic level of service .

We believe it is important that Beaufort, Bluffton and Hilton Head viewers are aware that FOX Sports Carolinas is no longer available via Hargray and that you have the opportunity to be heard.  All Hargray customers who want to express their desire to watch FOX Sports Carolinas should contact Hargray.  If Hargray hears from enough customers like you, they might return to our discussions, and sports fans may once again be able to enjoy all of the Atlanta Braves baseball - as well as all of the South Carolina Gamecock and Clemson Tiger football, basketball and baseball, and the many other events from the SEC, ACC, NBA and NHL - that FOX Sports Carolinas delivers.  

You can make your voice heard by calling 1-877-HARGRAY (1-877-427-4729).

We will continue to update you on our progress as we work to reinstate FOX Sports Carolinas.