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Would this be a good time to mention that I don't have a TV at all????
Shai
בתאריך 10/04/13 7:48 PM, ציטוט Matthew Sohn:
>> This is an interesting development, but it's at odds with another one.
>> There is a "cut the cable" movement going on as well, in which people
>> drop their subscriptions to satellite and cable services in favor of
>> installing antennas and getting their TV over the air.  Two forces are
>> at play.  One is the high cost of cable (I have Comcast basic digital
>> and it's close to $100 a month - *just* for cable TV ) and the other
>> is the proliferation of regular-definition co-channels on broadcast TV.
>> These channels frequently carry content typically found on cable channels.
> I dropped my cable sevveral years ago, partly because of the cost, but mostly
> because of my distaste for the tiered system of access that cable provides. When
> I did have cable, there were only a couple of "upper-tier" channels that I
> wanted to watch, and tons that I didn't want.
>
> I have been watching over the air for a long time now, and as long as the signal
> is strong enough, it is fine for me.
>
> I miss all of the excellent content on the "Premium" channels, but I could never
> afford them anyways.
>
> Honestly, the channels that I watch the most these days are the ones that offer
> old-school reruns. The network OTA schedule is mostly a vast wasteland, with a
> few notable exceptions.
>
> -Matt Sohn
>
>

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