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Saturday, October 16, 2010


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Roger Chui

I appreciate carriers like Cablevision standing up to Fox and standing up for consumers' rights. Why not carry this further and offer cable users the right to decide whether they want to receive channels such as FOX Sports and ESPN? Seems to me that this would lift some of the burden from the cable and satellite operators, as ultimately it would lead to the content providers asking the consumers to subscribe to their content. (It also saves people like me some money since I really don't watch that much sports and have no use for Fox or the drama that NewsCorp tends to cause.)

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