Sam Ro in Business Insider:
"While this appears to be a lose-lose in the near-term, UBS analyst John Janedis thinks it's worse for Time Warner than it is for CBS.
Indeed, cable subscribers pay Time Warner, not CBS, for the content. So, it's understandable why consumers would direct their frustrations to the cable provider."Of course there's another reason why Time Warner should lose support from the marketplace, it is them who have pulled the CBS Inc. content off their systems, CBS was more than happy to keep the stations on during negotiation.
You know who doesn't win? Us. We lose.