Would you pay $30 a month to watch ESPN? That's the figure derived by Needham in a report it...
Would you pay $30 a month to watch ESPN? That's the figure derived by Needham in a report it issued studying what would happen if an a la carte system was adopted in the cable/satellite industry. According to industry executives, Disney's (DIS) sports juggernaut is holding the pay-TV model together and consumers would get slammed with higher fees and less choices if a la carte became a reality. What to watch: ESPN earns the highest carriage fees in the industry at $5.54 per subscriber, but NBC (CMCSA) and 21st Century Fox (FOXA) are trying to break up the network's dominance.
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