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Who will benefit more from cable TV unbundling?

  • Consumers

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Cable TV companies

    Votes: 2 100.0%

  • Total voters
    2
Dec 26, 2014
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#2
I voted for the cable TV companies, but in all honesty, I've been one of those wishing to pick my channels. And if it were ideal, I'd be able to exclude even extremely popular ones such as QVC and Fox News that usually come with the basic or near-basic services, and add ones that my local Comcast affiliate doesn't currently provide even with their broadest package. And I'd like to add channels (and then remove them) on a moment's notice, such as if I learn that a favorite singer is going to be on a show the next day on a channel I didn't originally choose. I'd pay reasonable fees to do this. By reasonable, I mean a total of up to $5 to add and drop and for the time I have this extra channel.