Athlonite:tdgeek: and if exclusivity is banned, well they should still need to pay for it if they wish to have it. How will they do that? Make taxpayers pay? That is unfair. Make those programs pay TV? That is an option.
so you like to pay $9.95 per day to watch the six oclock news or $12.00 per day to watch your daily dose of shorty street hmmm thought not thats why FTA has ads and sky don't (also the reason you pay for sky and not FTA) the taxpayer already pays via TVNZ on Air and advertising pays for the rest
although I hardly watch TV these days as its so much garbage now it's not funny I've turned to the net to get the content I want to watch when I want to watch it not months or years later when it's finally shown here
Your misquoting. That post was re exclusivity, in that a FTA channel that gets premum content (as it will probably be regulated that exclusivity is banned) needs to pay for it. If they can.