Knicks and Rangers owner James Dolan will launch a direct-to-consumer service this season that lets fans watch the teams without a cable subscription, The Post has learned.
The price of the “over-the-top” service has yet to be determined but sources predict it will be between $20 and $25 a month — with an incentive to buy an annual package.
Dolan also owns MSG Network, which currently has deals with various cable companies to televise the games.
“We are progressing in the design and development of our direct-to-consumer offering, and remain on track to launch in the second half of the current NBA and NHL seasons,” MSG Network President and CEO Andrea Greenberg told The Post. “So while the media landscape is certainly evolving, we continue to believe in the value of our premium content and our ability to innovate, to drive value for partners, advertisers and viewers alike.”

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