The cable TV business as we know it will be effectively dead in five years, done in by the industry clinging to its lucrative but outdated model of making consumers pay for content they don't want through bundles, Michael Wolff writes. "The cable programming business -- running, practically speaking, on consumer inertia -- doesn't work anymore, and shouldn't," Wolff writes. "It's too costly and inefficient. It will die."
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