The American media has become increasingly hostile to cable TV.
And for good reason.
Many cable channels are in crisis, as more people are getting their news and entertainment elsewhere.
But for those who still love cable, this may be the last time they’ll see a television channel that’s in the black, and that’s because the cable industry has decided that it wants to be left alone.
This is a big deal, because it means cable is going to be the only way that Americans get their news on the big screen, and it’s going to keep them that way for decades to come.
The problem is that the cable networks themselves don’t understand that.
And they don’t seem to want to share the good news that they do.
The reason is simple: the cable companies know that cable is more profitable than broadcast, and they want to be able to pay for it.
This is why the cable giants are pushing for a merger with the broadcast networks, and why, after years of negotiating, they finally reached a deal.
In the end, the deal they reached with NBCUniversal gives the cable TV companies control over the channels that we all use, as well as the content they produce.
The deal gives the media conglomerates control over how much money they can charge advertisers and for how long they can broadcast their programs.
The news industry is thrilled.
The public is outraged.
And the cable executives are enraged.
The cable companies aren’t going to take this lying down.
So, how does this all tie into all the other issues that are plaguing the news business today?
It all begins with a single, powerful force: a $1.5 trillion dollar cable industry.
The American cable TV industry is worth over $1 trillion.
Its the world’s largest.
But, as the number of Americans who get their TV news from cable channels grows, so does its power.
It is not a monopoly, and its not a threat.
It’s an industry that, for years, has been the most powerful in the country, and the one most willing to fight against changes in the law and regulations that threaten its power and its business model.
And that’s exactly what it’s doing.
When the FCC approved the Comcast-NBCUniversal deal, it also made clear that the American cable network companies, like the American news networks, would have the right to air their own programming, but would not be allowed to charge advertisers or for how much they can advertise.
This was done to protect the businesses from competition.
That is, the news networks would be able compete in a market where they could get paid more money for the same amount of advertising.
But what they didn’t mention was that in this new market, the networks would also be free to charge for how many times they can air their programs on television.
This meant that the news and sports networks would have to pay more money to broadcast their content.
And because these networks are owned by the cable giant, they’d also be forced to pay higher rates to deliver their content to consumers.
And, as it turns out, this isn’t what they wanted.
At first glance, the agreement looks like a win for the news industry, and especially for the cable channel owners.
But in reality, it is a defeat for the media industry.
And if this agreement is approved, it will mean that news and media outlets will pay more for the services that they produce and that the companies that own them are going to pay lower rates for the privilege.
And it will hurt the news companies because they will have to raise prices for viewers and advertisers.
That means that they will lose more revenue, and more of the revenue they receive will go to pay off shareholders.
The truth is, this is a terrible deal for everyone.
This deal will create a monopoly that’s going be able a lot more money in the pockets of the cable news companies than it is going into the pockets, not just of the news organizations but also of their competitors.
It will create an industry where the profits of the networks, their advertisers, and their distributors are not going to go to the people who produce the content.
That will hurt those who are struggling to find the news that Americans are used to seeing.
It also will hurt many of the people that we watch television with.
It’ll hurt our ability to watch the news, which is why I think it’s important to put this in context.
In a way, the entire industry is facing a real choice.
It can continue to let cable be the monopoly it is, or it can allow the cable channels to compete for consumers and advertisers and keep more of that money for themselves.
That choice is not clear-cut.
There’s still a lot that cable can do to compete with broadcast and cable.
But there’s also a lot of opportunity for the other big players, the broadcasters and the cable operators, to get their own message across more accurately and in a way that they don, too, while still keeping a toe