The People Want Channel Choice!
If you're like 80 percent of Americans, you don't want to be forced to pay for cable channels you don't watch! After all, you don't have to pay for a full tank of gas when you only want a few gallons at the station. It's time for cable companies to give you the option to pay for what you want. If you don't want your money going to programs like The Shield and The Real World join CWA! TAKE ACTION and demand your right for Channel Choice!
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) speaks out on channel choice
as CWA Chief Counsel Jan LaRue and Family Research
Council president Tony Perkins look on.
CWA Channel Choice Poll
The complete CWA Channel Choice Poll is available by clicking on the image. The Acrobat Reader is available for free by clicking the button below.
In the Press
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin Recently Announced that a New FCC Study has Found that "A la Carte" Programming "Could be Economically Feasaible and in Consumers' Best Interests."
|"The Time has Come for 'a la carte' Pricing"|
CWA calls on elected officials to pressure video service providers to make available “a la carte” pricing for American consumers with new ads on the Washington Times on December 15 and 21, 2005.|
|"Give us Cable Choice for Decency's Sake"|
CWA and other family organizations unite in a new full page ad in Roll Call on Thursday, July 21, 2005.|
Statement of Jan LaRue
Chief Counsel, Concerned Women for America
Statement of L. Brent Bozell, III
Founder and President of the Parents Television Council
Statement of The Family Research Council
FRC on the web
Statement of The Consumers Union
Consumer's Union on the web
Click here to listen to the entire conference.
The Newspaper Ad:
CWA is proud to join Citizens for Community Values and a coalition of family groups in a nationwide advertising campaign to encourage citizens across the country to voice their support for channel choice. Listen to the ads here - and then TAKE ACTION! Call your local providers, local leaders and congressmen - tell them you want CHANNEL CHOICE!
(To download the MP3 file, right click "Download" and save to your desktop)
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