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Old 01-20-2013, 11:41 PM   #46
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Television has changed a lot since the free days, and the quality is definitely better - but it also costs $50-$100/month to have access to some of the high quality programming. That's really the opposite of what's going on with e-books.
It'd be a stretch to call today's programming as "high quality".

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This cuts both ways: there is an advantage to getting a book that a publisher has deemed worth the investment in paying up front for an advance, editing, etc.
The same editors edited the paperback I bought for $3.99. I should be able to get an ebook for at least the same price!
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