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Letters: The E-ticket cable model

May 10, 2013

Re "Give TV subscribers more choices," Column, May 7

For satellite and cable TV viewers, I would propose something like the Disneyland ticket book the park had until the early 1980s. In this case, customers would buy their service and get to choose a designated number of programs to watch; everyone would get a few vouchers equivalent to Disneyland's old

"E" ticket, which allowed access to the newest and most popular attractions. That and some competition between the cable companies would be welcomed.

I don't have cable TV because I don't like the terms and being forced to subscribe to channel bundles that appear to be what they're not: a good value for something you want.

Marlin Snyder

Running Springs


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