Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Um, no.

From this AP piece on cable companies balking at demands that they carry the NFL Network on standard non-premium cable, because they worry it'll cause rates to rise:
NFL Network spokesman Seth Palansky counters that a number of other cable companies as well as the two main satellite providers are "happily" carrying the network, which is jointly owned by the league's 32 team owners.

"It's the most valuable programming a cable company can offer, and a cable company not carrying live NFL games is like a grocery store not carrying milk," Palansky said.
OK, my fellow football fans, exactly how many ways is that a bad analogy?

(I don't have time at the moment to be appropriately snarky. Please, you good people, ponder it in the meantime...)
Tags: sport!

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