2sheets Rhinestone Eye Tattoo Sticker
Looking for a way to add some sparkle to your look? Check out our 2sheets Rhinestone Eye Tattoo Sticker! With over 200 rhinestones in each pack, you’ll be sure to find the perfect design to accent your style.
Product DetailsMake your statement with this Rhinestone Eye Tattoo Sticker. It’s easy to apply, so you can be out and about in no time, and comes in 2 sheets so you are sure to have a sparkly look for whatever the occasion may bring.Cable Television: The Other “Big Four”
Cable television is the fastest-growing medium by a wide margin. Between 1995 and 2001, the number of U.S. household subscribing to cable TV rose from 56 million to 60 million, and the price per subscriber has dropped from $30 to $21, according to the National Association of Broadcasters. “It’s the most exciting growth market in broadcasting,” says Robert Hock, general manager of The News Co., which holds about 30 percent of the cable market.
As cable TV channels are becoming harder to track, and as more people turn to Internet television in the form of streaming services such as Hulu Plus and iTunes, some say the cable channels’ time is running out.
For some viewers, it could be. But the cable channels seem to be doing all the right things to be ready to survive the transformation to Internet TV.
One of the more well-publicized moves is the growth in the number of channels owned by the “big four” cable networks: Fox, NBC, Univision and The CW.
On March 6, NBCU announced the acquisitions of some of the largest regional sports networks in North America, all of which will be owned by the Comcast entertainment company in a $2 billion transaction. The deal also includes cable networks Comcast owned, such as the Tennis Channel, and the Weather Channel, which will be made available to Comcast and Xfinity satellite customers; and two online content companies, including Awesomeness TV, which will add more than 70 channels to the Xfinity streaming service. (Comcast says it is offering new online Xfinity offerings but won’t discuss how they’ll be structured. Comcast owns MSNBC and E!, among other things, and is reportedly in talks with Netflix.)
On the Fox side, Fox Broadcasting and Fox Cable agreed to swap the Fox Regional Sports Networks (with eight channels ranging from San Jose, Calif., to Orlando, Fla.), giving up Fox Sports West and Fox Sports Florida in San Antonio as part of a deal to keep Fox Sports South Los Angeles, Fox Sports San Diego and Fox Sports Phoenix. The channels are scheduled