Satellite radio feels competitive heat from cable TV music stations?

The other day was quite silent on the cable company because they included a channel in a list in a brochure, but before I got the brochure, these channels all changed with the numbers. When I talked to someone about this in the company, they remarked that in the contract (somewhere on the 10-page form) they had the right to change channels and programming at any time, for any reason, without notice. Well, this is great unless you spend a lot of money every month and the service is, frankly, worse.

No, I'm not surprised that cable networks now have a lot of monopolies after they sign in, it's hard to leave, and even if they go to another cable network, it's probably just so bad. Now I have realized that there are consumers who are trying to exploit them, steal their programming, or try to eliminate their system, but that does not mean that every client tries to pull it quickly and still see how it is handled. In any case, after each channel has been passed through each other, I have created my own list of contents for each of the 1000 stations.

In fact, I was wondering how many music stations there were, almost 50, and those who were in English had Spanish cable TV. With these many options you have to believe that this will interfere with the satellite radio – this is a great competitor. No, you can't carry your cable box in the car, so the satellite radio is still needed, but the satellite radio promised to enter the domestic market, because it would only be a parallelism of related services at home if you already use the cable television service. The question; "Is this really the customer base of the satellite radio?"

Well, I think this is the consumer, the day I was in an electronics store and I noted that there is a portable satellite radio device. In other words, the satellite radio might be in your car, or you could take this device from your car to the beach or the office. Because it was one of these little miniature boom boxes, she could bring her into her home, leave it on a window, with a good reception, and listen all day. However, why would you like to do the latter only if you turn on the TV then do it, says; "Rock Station of the 80s" and listen all day?

These cable television stations are not paid as part of the basic service. Meanwhile, he pays $ 9.99 a month for his satellite radio subscription. Duplication and bundling from cable TV networks prevented satellite radio from entering its realm and in some cases diluting their market share, at least as I see it.

This does not mean that cable television network stations do not have to deal with other things, such as online radio, online television, or many other challenges, and will challenge them to advance. I really hope you have to take this into consideration and think about it.

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