Running the numbers on a la carte vs. pay-TV

Fresh off last week's big a la carte programming announcements from HBO and CBS, gleeful cord cutters are crunching the numbers, adding up the monthly bills on the SVOD series they'll need to once and for all ditch that dreaded cable bill. As TV News Check shows in a Tuesday-morning post, you can cobble quite a few of these services together and still come out way ahead in terms of the average monthly pay-TV bill. Of course, nothing really fundementally changed based on these announcements--if you like sports, you're not cutting anything. Just the same, here's a look at TV News Check's math.

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