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ISPs saw an opportunity to monetize their bringing data to the device of the end user by charging content providers fees. 0005 Communicating Politics Online cable companies who want users to rely on their internal channel packages and pay-per-view content rather than Netflix’s all-you-can-consume model26 On May 15, 2014, the FCC allowed carriers such as Verizon and Cox Communications to charge fees to large content providers such as Google and Netflix. Effectively the changed regulation means that net neutrality has ended.
Newspapers were stable during the 1990s, but perhaps no media entity is under greater threat from the online shift than the oldest public news medium in America. Most American communities, even small towns, had multiple newspapers from their founding until the rise of the independent press in the early 1900s. Most of the towns had multiple newspapers because their local political party organizations sponsored or owned those papers—in fact, that is why many local papers include the name “Democrat” or “Republican” on their mastheads to this day.
The broadcast television network is not the only outlet in that stable of programming providers. Disney owns ABC and many of its local affiliates. Disney also owns the ESPN networks, ABC Family, the Disney Channel, and SOAPnet. 11 Time Warner does not hold a broadcast network but does own many cable outlets. The CNN networks, HBO, the Cartoon Network, TBS, and TruTV all fall under its banner. CBS (owned by Viacom) holds a smaller clutch of networks, notably Showtime and the Movie Channel, in addition to the CBS and CW broadcast networks.