Also, TNT isn't an NBCU product. So to take your analogy further, it would be like GM ceasing production of its cars under any of its brands and instead allowing Ford to sell the Mercury Yukon.
> With all due respect, that's about the silliest comment I've
> ever heard.
> The only reason they have cable properties is because of
> their merger with Universal.
> As for their existing properties, CNBC is the laughing stalk
> of Cable News, and MSNBC can't be too far behind!
> As for your comment, that's like telling GM they should stop
> selling cars because they're having a bad year, or that
> Clear channel should just focus on satellite radio because
> KIIS FM had a few bad books. Really, the world worked on
> that concept, there'd be no one left!!!!
> I'm guessing you were being somewhat tongue and cheek, eh?
> > Cable gives you more freedom !ENOUGH SAID
> No, You need to say more, and that is not a fair statement.
> TV is subjective, and just because you don't like certain
> shows should not mean we all have to suffer with what you
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