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Network Execs Discuss RSN Pricing, Providing Flexible Options For Consumers
Published June 12, 2013
LOOKING TO DOWNSIZE? TWC Chair & CEO Glenn Britt said that he "supports the idea of having smaller television packages." Britt said that cable TV packages are becoming "too expensive for many low income households, including recent college graduates struggling to find work." He noted that consumers are "looking for more flexibility than what traditional TV packages offer and that the industry should pay attention." Britt said, “I think it’s what consumers want, so we’re going to have to do that" (L.A. TIMES, 6/12).