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Old 05-20-2017, 09:01 PM
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The programming on ESPN has very little to do with their making less profit than they used to. The declines are due to fewer subscribers to satellite and cable television services, for which they receive a fee per subscriber. People are not cutting the cord because ESPN programming sucks. They could have identical programming and substantially all the for cutting would have occurred anyway. The two things are largely unconnected. It's not a liberal vs conservative thing and it's not a programming thing. It's a how consumers want to receive television programming thing. And increasingly that is streaming services, YouTube, Facebook Live. The majority of those cutting the cord do not and never did watch sports, because for the most part when they cut the cord they don't get sports other than what the big four networks air.
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