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David Lazarus: Out of sync over a la carte TV pricing

Pay-TV companies lost nearly 800,000 video subscribers last year, almost twice as many as a year before – the latest evidence that a growing number of Americans are sick and tired of paying through the nose for hundreds of channels they never watch. But if the future of TV is paying only for the channels you want, the big question is how much each channel should cost. A new study indicates that consumers and pay-TV companies are far apart on this score.

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Historic Alice and John Williams Home on the market in Tower District

The Alice and John Williams Home, which is on the Local Register of Historic Resources, was built in 1915 near Fresno City College. An Arts and Crafts-style home, the 2,948-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bathroom house was used as a residence hall for "selective women students," possibly by Alice Williams after the death of her husband.
Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
Historic Alice and John Williams Home on the market in Tower District 2:08

Historic Alice and John Williams Home on the market in Tower District

The 1959 mid-century modern Landfall Estate sits above Auberry 1:41

The 1959 mid-century modern Landfall Estate sits above Auberry

Curb Appeal: Japanese-inspired home near Shaver Lake has Fresno roots 1:27

Curb Appeal: Japanese-inspired home near Shaver Lake has Fresno roots

Historic Rowell Building in downtown Fresno undergoes renovation 0:32

Historic Rowell Building in downtown Fresno undergoes renovation