Parents, Pricing, and TV Programming: The Competition Option

The concerns that many parents have about the content of cable programming are understandable. The best way to give consumers more control over that content is not new regulation, but new competition. The entry of new competitors, however, is slowed by unnecessary regulation. If policymakers want to help families and other cable consumers, they should reduce or eliminate these barriers, thereby making possible greater choice for viewers.

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