Almost no network has more to lose from the proposed Television Consumer Freedom Act than ESPN (DIS -0.2%), but execs remain unperturbed. ESPN President John Skipper notes the bill lacks the momentum to get through Congress. Skipper also exudes confidence over the emergence for rival sports channels from NBC and CBS by noting the long string of major sporting events ESPN has locked up for years. So far, the rival sports channels have barely dented ESPN's ratings.
Almost no network has more to lose from the proposed Television Consumer Freedom Act than ESPN...
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