The high price of cord-cutting

11/4/2011 | Washington Times, The

A yearlong experiment in cord-cutting ended with writer Hampton Stevens returning to the cable fold after he racked up about $5,000 in expenses for a new antenna and online video services -- along with bar bills, so he could watch live sports at a local watering hole. His conclusion: It's logistically less complicated, and much cheaper, to pay for cable.

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