Originally Posted by WoodDraw
This sounds good in theory, but I doubt many would like the end result. Do you know how much ESPN alone would cost if it wasn't subsidized by all those basic cable subscribers?
I also think that analyst guy is a bit confused. Espn3 and Netflix have two completely different models. Netflix would prefer open internet it can effectively ignore, keeping its relationship with the individual customers.
I suppose the consumer over pays regardless of the approach. Oh well. There is a lot of great television on right now it's just the same few channels putting it out.