I sent an email to customer service regarding the survey. I was asked to give them a call to discuss my concerns. I'm going to call tomorrow, wish me luck.
Comcast can keep the cable and its internet access. What they can't do is keep Disney from offering an internet based subscription service to every Comcast Customer and bypass Comcast's money grab. If anyone here doubts that the advertising revenue Comcast gets from its subscribers is much more than what they pay Disney they don't understand the Cable Television Industry. Comcast sells advertising on every channel they pay Disney for. However, based on the new FCC rules internet is now subject to FCC regulation and they can't discriminate. Thus when the time is right, Disney and others will drop their cable offerings and sell it directly to the end consumer. The one big step that is needed is for smart computer programmers to figure out how to personalize advertising so that they can sell specific adds to specific customers. When they can do that, they will be able to make a fortune just giving away its programming and have the advertisers pay. The real money as always is the case is content and distribution will take care of itself.That was under a completely different antitrust regime, Disney's biggest competition is NBCU/Comcast, If Disney were to gain effective control of say TWC it would become an even more dominant media powerhouse as it would then be the second largest cable provider company with direct control of digital distribution channels (Brighthouse) as well as owning the internet pipe to about 35% of US households.
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