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Re: Cord cutting
said by xenophon:The problem is that the content producers want the channels bundled the way they are; that's why you see a nearly ubiquitous channel line-up on every video system in the country.
Would like to have Disc/NatGeo/History channels but it's not worth $75/month for a few channels. If they could charge by the channel, like $5 each or a pick 10 for $30 with an online mgmt way to alter channel bundles on the fly, I might go back.
No matter how good Roku and similar boxes become, there is still going to be limitations how to easily and legally obtain content from the companies who create the media that people want to watch.