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    I do know my days of watching sports on TV would be over. They may be over even if the present set up stays in place. At some point, I'm going to drop cable because it's too expensive for my blood. That's especially the case when I go on a fixed income in September.

    Quote Originally Posted by 133304Hokie View Post
    It's hard for me to imagine ESPN ever being able to successfully go to a premium channel status like HBO. They would have to charge at least $25-$35/month for it. I'm just not sure there are enough sports fans willing to pay that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgeman View Post
    College football, for 6 months out of the year...then drop it like a hot potato.
    They'd probably have some kind of tiered pricing structure to discourage this strategy, such as if you sign up for a full year it's $25/month, otherwise it's $35/month.

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