The estimated fee of $20.25 would be a good deal more than other direct-to-consumer services such as the Disney bundle, priced at $13.99.
"We no longer think it makes sense to include them in our TV lineup."
Sinclair has expressed their interest in direct-to-consumer sports content.
“You could see a solution for RSNs if they roll into a bigger enterprise."
"Kim thinks this new streaming service would be a great way to spark gaming and TV integration."
"The Tennis Channel made the cut, but Bally Sports-branded RSNs did not."
The loss of another distributor would really make it difficult for Sinclair subsidiary Diamond Sports to meet its heavy debt obligations.
Recent discussions of a DTC app have caused confusion between Sinclair and its distributors.
NBC Sports Philadelphia planned to stream games on Peacock but that idea was shuttered.
The broadcast group is on the hook for $1.82 billion in media rights fees this year.