Just wait until people make the switch to receiving digital television over the air and realize during bad weather, they will get the "frame freeze".
I have DirecTv because I refuse to get Comcast and FIOS television isn't available in my area, although FIOS internet is available. From my prior experience, I knew that when the hard rainstorm hits, the DirecTv signal is lost. So, I have a digital television antenna that I use for backup. However, just like satallite, when the weather gets bad, you get the "frame freeze" with the digital signal. Yesterday during a bad rainstorm, the signal that stayed around was the analog signal.
Just wait until more people realize what happens with digital signals and the only backup is to get cable.