That is the question. Without a valid system wide TV package FRP will be eaten alive by the competition. It is already being eaten alive. They talk about DSL subscribers being up 7.1% year over year, but the corresponding revenues are up 1%. They have only penetrated about 31%? or so of their own lines. The best hope for FRP is a sale before the union contracts expire in 2014. Will go for $6 (my guess), and might approach $7, if they do everything right, for a change. So far, they haven't done much right at all, including buying the VZ lines.