I will counter your arguement about content, what % does that cost compared to building and maintaining infrastructure that will no longer be required, how much does service cost them, how many of thier trucks do you see on the road that would be eliminated. Two different views make a market, let me know how much you will thank me in 2 years. You see the air ways are mostly free of cost,and content, well you tell me how much that will cost.
why is it no longer required? how is this content coming over the other ways? if it's internet, who will provide that? Comcast and the infrastructure and their trucks to service it. and what free airways. do you mean local channels? nothing is free, and the provider isn't going to just give it away. Comcast is solid in their position with the acquisition of content through NBC Universal. whatever the market, Comcast will be a player. When you wake up from your dream, throw some cold water in your face.
I am sorry but the dream is when people believe changes aren't always happening, Things are always going to change, and people like you will always laugh and be left holding the buggy whip until the cold water hits them. Anyhow enough of this foolishness, lets let history and inovation prove what it always does, a better way. Good luck.