It is my opinion that the broadcast business model is dead and if not dead then it is sure getting smelly. The idea these people have dreamed up to broadcast inappropriate material and this includes porn in my humble opinion is a symptom of the problem. Somehow they think this will attract market share and perhaps even keep them in business.
Bell ExpressView tried this on me. On one of the movie channels I used to subscribe to, lo and behold "Cat House" showed up.
Even though I do not have any young children at home and no grandchildren, Bell ExpressView found that from this moment on their bills went directly from my mail box to the trash bag. I tried to phone them to cancel the service and when they didn't answer the phone then I hung up and gave up and I figured eventually they will find their source of revenue from me has dried up and maybe they will catch on. Sure enough - eventually they caught on.
My TV service has been canceled now for over two (2) years! I breath a sigh of relief that I no longer get the advertising and especially the Kotex Commercials!
About the only thing that happens is that once in a while I get a phone call from a collection agency but it is quite easy to hang up on them. Eventually they will catch on as well.
I will urge everyone who detests what they broadcast to simply cart the bill to the trash bin. Eventually they will catch on!
What I find is that here in Calgary we have a WONDERFUL library service. There are 1000's of DVDs on every subject imaginable except I have not seen any porn in the library.
A library card costs a lot less than the $60++ per month I use to pay for the satellite service. So in a way I'm glad they broadcast the porn because it prompted me to take action. Now I have commercial free programming and at a much lower cost. My service has improved.
Now the next issue is content offered via the net. What I want to see which is primarily business related is generally available on the net. The problem is the dummies have not woken up to the fact that I use Ogg Theora and that unless they make their programming available in a format which I can store on my hard drive so I can watch it when I want and where I want and this may well be while in a fishing camp far from the net - then I ain't gonna be their customer no more!
If they want to be in business they will catch on and if not - who cares!