Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Fear of Our Insurance

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Making the Push for Single Channel Purchases

I wish my cable provider would watch movies online one channel on their lineup. In order to watch the channel, I have to upgrade by service to add an extra channel package. I already pay a hefty amount for cable service, but adding the channel package will send by bill sky high. I can’t afford to add an entire package just to watch one channel. There should be a way to pick and choose the individual channels that you want, rather than having to pay for a bunch of channels lumped together that you may or may not want. I think I have a solution that will help.

I’m going to contact my cable provider and see if they can just give me the one channel that I want. It shouldn’t be that hard to do, but there may be some legal hurdles. Usually channels are offered in packages due to contracts with content makers. So, if I want to get a single channel, I’ll have to contact someone high up on the corporate ladder, such as a CEO. Talking to cable company CEOs and network CEOs might make it possible to allow providers to offer single channels. If that doesn’t work, then I can try talking to the government. They may be able to make a bill or pass some kind of regulation that will make it impossible to offer channels without the option to buy a single channel on its own.

If what I have in mind goes well, my cable provider will let me watch this one channel, and I’ll be happier because of it. It would be pretty revolutionary to be allowed to pay for single channels rather than packages. I know a few friends who would probably have a channel lineup consisting of only five or six channels.