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YouTube is Ultimate a la Carte – My Daily Caller Op-ed

 

Please see my latest Daily Caller op-ed, “YouTube is Ultimate a la Carte” – here -- on Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Rockefeller’s new legislation: “Consumer Choice in Online Video Act.”

 

  • It is Part 21 of my Broadband Internet Pricing Freedom series.

 

Broadband Internet Pricing Freedom Series

 

Part 1: Netflix' Glass House Temper Tantrum Over Broadband Usage Fees [7-26-11]

 

Part 2: Netflix' Uneconomics [9-6-11]

 

Part 3: Debunking the Carping Over Broadband Usage-Pricing [3-1-12]

 

Part 4: Is Netflix the AOL of Web Streaming? [3-9-13]

 

Part 5: Consumer Groups' Advocacy Hypocrisy [4-25-12]

 

Part 6: "Leaf" Vision & Broadband Usage Caps [4-27-12]

 

Part 7: Broadband Pricing is Naturally Evolving to Usage Tiers [5-17-12]

 

Part 8: Obsolete Analysis Will Doom DOJ's Antitrust Probe of Cable [6-14-12]

 

Part 9: Video: Scott Cleland Discusses Netflix' DOJ Complaint [6-19-12]

 

Part 10: SCOTUS Indecency Ruling's Effect on Net Neutrality [6-21-12]

 

Part 11: U.S. Net Neutrality Movement in Retreat [7-9-12]

 

Part 12: FCC Creates "Abundant" Uncertainty [9-17-12]

 

Part 13: The Real Motive behind Opposition to Broadband Usage Based Pricing [11-14-12]

 

Part 14: The Uneconomics of Data Cap Price Regulation and Legislation [12-20-12]

 

Part 15: Wireless Plan Innovation Benefits Consumers & Competition [5-13-13]

 

Part 16: America's Private Video Market Success [5-16-13]

 

Part 17: A la Carte Uneconomics [7-25-13]

 

Part 18: Defending Google Fiber's Reasonable Network Management [7-30-13]

 

Part 19: "Monopolist" Assertions Devoid of Facts or Economic Understanding [10-2-13]

 

Part 20: Defending Google Fiber's Broadband Pricing Freedom to Price Discriminate [10-18-13]

 

 

Q&A One Pager Debunking Net Neutrality Myths