Link: Pick-and-pay TV: Consumer choice, but at what cost?

From CBC:

Pick-and-pay TV: Consumer choice, but at what cost?
Cable à la carte is finally on the menu, letting TV viewers order the channels they crave without charging them for programming they never wanted to consume in the first place. Just be wary that under the new rules, the bill could come as a shock. Continue reading.

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2 thoughts on “Link: Pick-and-pay TV: Consumer choice, but at what cost?”

  1. I know a lot of people get cable soonder they can have access to sports, namely TSN and Sportsnet. Many people I know, don’t even watch basic. Someone I talked to today (an 87-year-old) said as long as they get curling and the weather channel they’re happy. Will the weather channel be included in the skinny basic though? I know the sports won’t.

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