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A la carte pay television - Wikipedia

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A la carte pay television also referred to as pick-and-pay, refers to a pricing model for pay ... More conventionally, the term implies that subscribers can choose and pay ... between $4 and $7, mak...

How The $7 Billion Dodgers TV Deal Could Actually Be Good For ...

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Feb 7, 2013 ... Over the long-term, this deal could actually save pay-TV consumers a .... the $7 billion dollar deal with pay-TV provider TWC could very well be ...

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How The $7 Billion Dodgers TV Deal Could Actually Be Good For Consumers. Last week, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced a new television contract with ...

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But we know from your emails how distracting and intrusive it can be; and how it ... How The $7 Billion Dodgers TV Deal Could Actually Be Good For Consumers.

How the Golden Age of Television and Baseball Ends -- The Motley ...

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Jan 12, 2014 ... Oh, and the Dodgers ended up getting their new local TV contract last off-season as well. Their deal with Time Warner Cable is worth a reported $7 billion over 25 years. .... The best baseball teams can see local ratings of 7-10 on their RSNs .... Give consumers a "good enough" alternative, and the speed at ...

How the Dodgers' $8.3B TV deal turned into an unmitigated disaster

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Mar 24, 2016 ... ... because the $8.3 billion Time Warner promised the Dodgers for 25 ... And that's really the lesson in this Dodgers snafu, an unnaturally large ... area was faced with a choice no company wants to foist on its consumers: get ... And once it happens, other teams' local-TV deals could be a mess just the same.

Report: Dodgers, Time Warner agree to more than $7 billion TV deal ...

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Jan 22, 2013 ... The LA Times reports the deal is for between $7 billion and $8 billion. ... figure means the Dodgers' pact would easily be the largest television deal in sports history. ... which comes in the form of profits they glean from the consumer. ... cap (seems like it will never happen) - good riddance midwest baseball.

Dodgers officially announce deal with Time Warner Cable - latimes

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Jan 28, 2013 ... The Dodgers officially announced their new television contract with Time ... is believed to be worth between $7 billion and $8 billion to the team. ... Dodgers would not say whether they might broadcast any games on free local television. ... are passed on to consumers in some way — and the new Dodgers ...

Why the Local TV Bubble Is About to Burst and Other MLB News «

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Jan 2, 2013 ... The most intriguing news actually happened off the field. ... But as Maury Brown writes, the Indians' new TV deal might signal something ... at which cable companies simply run out of good will with their subscribers, ... The low end of the Dodgers' rumored $6 billion to $7 billion local TV deal would pump ....

Why cutting the pay-TV cord turned out to be a good move - LA Times

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Apr 8, 2016 ... The pay-TV industry lost more than a million subscribers last year, four times ... a clear impact on the industry — and that can only be good for consumers ... "But what I've really noticed is that I'm no longer watching stupid ... The cable giant paid $8.35 billion for exclusive rights to distribute Dodgers...