Ian Cropp, MBA candidate, ’11, was featured in The Washington Post. tIn his Feb. 12 article, “Why it costs to tune in to cable TV,” he explores the costs associated with cable TV. ”Even with new ways to watch television, most consumers still pay for cable service like Comcast and TimeWarner,” Cropp said. ”The average monthly bill – which does not take into account one-time installation fees or extra set-box fees – is about $70, with a HD box-set rental fee of about $8, and fees and taxes at about $5.50.”
Posted by gwsb on February 16, 2011 | Filed under: Getting Ink.