And now comes the PR battle. To win or not to win, that is the question.
If price cutting to keep cord cutting customers from leaving in droves is winning, then Cable may be winning. If I were a betting man, i would see what the next year brings. This suggestion not so much for investors in Cable, but viewers and users of the services.
We don't really care who provides our content, do we? We just care that it gets there and doesn't pixillate, freeze and thaw, or hop skippity jump with intermittent audio.
Damn, whatever happened to that reliable analog TV signal. Oh, thats what happened when I got rid of the antenna on my roof!
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