Read this: CBS, Time Warner Cable, and the Disruption of TV : The New Yorker
Summary: Then a new technology came along, one that gave viewers many more options to choose from, completely disrupting the way that people watched TV. In 1976, the average home had seven channels by 1991, it had thirty-three. Then Congress came up with a solution that would help the broadcast networks. - newyorker.comwww.newyorker.comCBS, Time Warner Cable, and the Disrupti…
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