TV Viewers Want A La Carte Options; Don’t Really Care Very Much About ESPN

TV Viewers Want A La Carte Options; Don’t Really Care Very Much About ESPN

ESPN is by far the most expensive channel on any American’s basic cable lineup and its position as the sole place to watch certain high-profile content like Monday Night Football has given it a reputation as being essential. But a new report claims that if people had to pick and choose the stations they would want on a customized slate of cable channels, ESPN comes in far from the top. [More]

While Retailers Fall All Over Themselves To Offer Price Matching, Customers Are Kind Of Like, “Eh”

While Retailers Fall All Over Themselves To Offer Price Matching, Customers Are Kind Of Like, “Eh”

We hear a lot of stories about the price-matching policies at various big box retailers like Target and Best Buy, which have evolved a lot since competition from online giants like Amazon have entered the arena. But while most stores now have some kind of price matching going on, does the average customer even really care to take advantage of it? [More]