Cable says "non" to a la carte

At a Senate Commerce Committee meeting yesterday, lawmakers pushed cable to provide a la carte programming services, but cable pushed back, arguing that a la carte is too expensive and consumers ultimately benefit from bundled services. Networks, too, said a la carte could have a negative impact on programming, because less money would be funneled into the creation of original shows.

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