FCC: High Cable Prices Consumers' Biggest Problem

The single biggest problem facing consumers in the world of technology is the high cost of cable television, according to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Cable TV pricing has risen a staggering 77 percent since 1996, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's double the rate of inflation, and it comes at a time when other technology prices are decreasing. "The average family has very little choice as to what channels are included, yet they're having to pay more...Full Story
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