There finally seems to be some positive progress in the standoff between Time Warner Cable and MSG. After a week without any negotiations, talks between the two parties have been scheduled for next week.

The new discussions are being brokered by the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Former State Attorney General Dennis Vacco weighed in on the situation saying, "I don't think that this resolves itself in the ordinary course of business, because I think there's too much at stake. I think the Attorney General needs to take this from the perspective that he's going to solve this for consumers." The dispute between the two parties has blocked Sabres, Rangers and Knicks games for nearly 2.8 million customers state wide.