1. Great article. Thanks for laying this all out.

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    1. Kevin Fitchard Friday, April 18, 2014

      Thanks TooDarnLoud. I really appreciate it. This is a tough topic to write about. It’s so complex

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  2. There are too many (15-40 million) folks who cannot afford cable or any kind of pay tv. It looks like MONEY is the driving key here. It should be competition and information dispersment to the public. If the public is pushed too much there could be a total rejection of cable and its friends. Wouldn’t that be interesting? The more the public is thrown over for MONEY, the better chance of more of the public quitting all together.

    THE AIRWAVES BELONG TO THE PUBLIC AND THEIR CONCERNS SHOULD BE OF PRIME IMPORTANCE. MORE CONCERN FOR PAID TV IN ANY FORM IS JUST MORE MONEY IN THE POCKETS OF THE ALREADY RICH AND POWERFUL.

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  3. philo-farnsworth Saturday, April 19, 2014

    So why don’t they also deregulate tv entirely? This way the remaining tv outlets can attempt to compete in new and different ways. Is this in the works as well?

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