American cable television aficionados have long suffered the heavy yoke of the cable industries inflexible packaging of channels. For years consumers have railed against this design and have requested more flexible options rather than paying for content that they rarely, if at all, access. It’s a ridiculous position that they have placed American consumers in leaving them with no choice but to turn to streaming services. I did it myself after growing tired of Dish in Syracuse; cable was the other alternative, of course, assuming I wanted to pay out more money than I felt comfortable with. I was tired of the bill.
Who doesn’t grow tired of paying the same bill every single month? Nothing changes when you pay it. Continue reading The Streaming Signal Can’t Be Stopped