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That will play out in living rooms across the country. The changes could mean higher cable or satellite TV bills, as the networks and local stations squeeze more fees from pay-TV providers such as Comcast and DirecTV for the right to show broadcast TV channels in their lineups. The networks might even ditch free broadcast signals in the next few years. Instead, they could operate as cable channels — a move that could spell the end of free TV as Americans have known it since the 1940s.
Originally posted by EMPIRE
reply to post by Donnie Darko
Well, that truly depends on what you define as pop culture, but if you're using it in very basic terms I'd say much of nothing. However, my advice to everyone here is to use this to your advantage as I know I am.
Originally posted by herbivore
Interned has a much bigger choice. You can pick stations from all over the world...
Originally posted by RedGolem
reply to post by St Udio
you said part of the use of freeing up the broadcast TV band was for spying through concrete walls of sky scrapers, or something to that effect. Can you post any evidence of that?