Opinion

September 1, 2014

Proposed TV mergers place potential limitations on consumers

I don’t remember when cable and satellite replaced the ubiquitous antenna, or which house I lived in when that slinky cable first intruded into my living space like a serpent settling into a corner nest. In the beginning the only change was a few more channels, but in time they multiplied, as did the dollars.

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