Blowing up the well-entrenched pay TV model won't be very easy for Senator John McCain with the politician not even on the Senate Commerce Committee anymore observes AllThingsD's Peter Kafka. But if a la carte pricing were to ever become a reality, one network that has a lot to lose is Disney's (DIS -0.1%) ESPN. The sports channel lands a whopping +$5 per subscriber from providers while only 25% of those paying the bills say they watch the network regularly. Another way Disney could ultimately be exposed is through its piece of A&E Networks which is able to bundle many add-ons around mega-hit The Walking Dead to ratchet up carriage fees.
Blowing up the well-entrenched pay TV model won't be very easy for Senator John McCain with the...
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