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A non-sports skinny bundle is on its way

Let’s face it, one of the biggest reasons behind the major increases in cable and satellite fees are because of live sports. ESPN charges an exponentially higher rate than any other channel on television and many of the other sports networks are in the upper echelon of the most expensive channels. From a pure economics Read more... The post A non-sports skinny bundle is on its way appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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