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  • leweb (edited 2 years ago)

    Sorry to tell you guys but we do not want ads, period. We don't care whether they're relevant or irrelevant.


    Short-form programming optimized for presentation on mobile devices.

    Interactive and personalized methods of viewing sports and other live events.

    Integration of professionally produced content with virtual reality or augmented reality services.

    Services that encourage consumers to combine professionally produced content with their own creative content and share the results on social media.

    Greater choice, convenience, and value in programming bundles.

    You can provide all of these things already if you want to, you don't need to merge for that.

    You know what customers want? For companies to actually compete with each other to provide better service. Customers don't want enormous monopolies charging 1000% markups of for services. Of course this is not about what customers want, it's about what big corporations want, and politicians usually oblige sooner or later. So much for free-market competition.

    I'm patiently waiting for Google Fiber to get here to ditch these assholes for good.

    Edit: Formatting

    • Gozzin

      Of course this is not about what customers want, it's about what big corporations want,

      Yep. That's it in a nutshell.

  • zanduvid

    This is what customers want: being told what they want, even if it's not true/right.

    Sure, that's what we want.

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