Programming costs are hurting small cablers, ACA says

03/14/2013 | FierceCable

Some small cable providers, in the wake of rising programming costs, may start moving away from traditional cable and toward broadband-based business models, Matthew Polka, president and CEO of the American Cable Association, said in an interview. Polka also discussed how the ACA has joined up with Time Warner Cable, DIRECTV and others to push retransmission-consent reform. "[W]e know by our collective experience that these rules are broken and need to be changed and updated," Polka said.

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