Liberal Death Watch: TV Viewers Are Bailing Out. Big time.

Written by Gary North on April 24, 2012

Oh, how terrible. Networks are losing viewers. This is reported by the New York Times, which is losing subscribers. It’s all across the boards: networks, cable, pay TV, English, Spanish — the entire medium. Young adults are bailing. They’ve got YouTube. They’ve got video games. They’ve got music — lots of it downloaded illegally. It’s […]

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How to Stick It to Your Cable Company in 2012

Written by Gary North on January 2, 2012

Cable fees are expensive. Our entertainment isn’t free. It turns out that cable companies are willing to negotiate. This is the thesis of an article in the Wall Street Journal. We read this: Every three to six months, when his most recent promotional deal expires, Carey Anthony blocks out an hour of his day to […]

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