on CNBC this morning they were talking about the latest OTT entrant, Disney. They were commenting on how we are approaching too many choices for consumers to handle. Then they talked about the effect of cord cutting on cable companies revenues. And here's the factoid: cable companies only have to raise internet fees by $5 to offset the cost of a loss of 10% of tv subscribers. Maybe that's why Charter's stock price is well over double since the merger with twc. They get our money one way or another. Sorry about the auto correct error in title!