If you have cable, your bill has probably doubled over the past decade. The rise is largely driven by fees for channels you have to pay for, whether you want them or not. ESPN alone is costing you more than $5 a month — even if you never watch it.
On today's show, we answer the question every cable subscriber has asked: Why can't I just pay for the channels I want?
For more on the cable business, see our post, The Most (And Least) Expensive Cable Channels, In 1 Graph, and Adam Davidson's column, The 'Mad Men' Economic Miracle.