TWC's Britt admits cable TV is 'anti-consumer,' but a la carte pricing is unlikely

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) CEO Glenn Britt admitted that cable TV's current pricing is "anti-competitive" during yesterday's earnings call with analysts. However, Britt also noted that video programming costs have grown 32 percent in the past four years, and during that same time period Time Warner Cable has only raised its average revenue per user by 16 percent. Despite the admission that the current model isn't consumer-friendly, there doesn't seem to be much movement to make a la carte pricing a reality, despite the fact that many believe it makes sense. Instead, look for more packages that offer more choices. Article

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