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Would you take ESPN+ in the next media deal...?
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RE: Would you take ESPN+ in the next media deal...?
(03-09-2018 12:40 PM)Nevadanatural Wrote:  I voted yes because I figured that’s where they would park TU games. Otherwise I avoid paying for other streaming services. I’m hoping the CBS all access is a big failure. Once all TV content is on streaming services then they will nickel and dime us until we’re all paying more until we do now for cable or satellite.

I think the digital streaming starts with the less prolific sports first. Baseball and softball have some interest and they can work out the kinks in the system and how much the eyes they get on streaming are worth.

This is the future and I think it is more likely that we will end up paying the same as we do know with a more personalized set up. People will pay for news and sports, but won't want the arts, bravo, home channel stuff or vice versa. It'll quickly end up costing the same but you won't have as many channels mostly because you don't want them. This is great for little niche channels thoughthat struggle to get on basic packages, they will be able to maximise their potential.

By the way Nevada I know you enjoy talking Tulsa, we have some activity going on in the Tulsa forum here, come put your two cents in

http://csnbbs.com/forum-436.html
03-09-2018 01:00 PM
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