Throwing that in the mix just further complicates the issue. We want to go where the market is, rather than by government fiat.
So if you play that out, it's going to be a long time before we can bring a competing option to consumers and break the cable monopoly.
We became aware of the allegations some time last year and were notified by the Tampa Bay Reads board that the investigation was under way.
There are too many avenues of delay in the current system.
I don't think that those (services) are going to steer people to make a decision to take one service or another. Ultimately, the price is the most important thing.
At this pace, it's going to be a long time before we can bring competition to the market.