Perhaps you can explain how Comcast having near or complete exclusives on the two RSNs that I mentioned is "fair".
I could indeed, but answer this: Are you really inquiring? Or are you just looking for another excuse to express your consumer-only perspective, and try to again pass that off as fairness.
Fairness is fairness to everyone, not just the side you favor.
Note: I'd like to hear some business arguments supporting your position as opposed to restatements of your psychoanalytical parsing of my word choice and insistence that it is fair.
I'm sorry but I'm not convinced that you really would like to hear what you claim. I'll give you a chance, though. Let's see if you'll accept a perspective other than yours, or just reply back, as you seem to have been doing up to now, that all that matters is what you want/like.
There are already several content providers providing entertainment and sports programming, made available to service providers. That would not change. Disney, Viacom, CBS, Time Warner, etc., all offer a variety of channels. Comcast would simply become the purveyor of the channels that GE's NBCU has been offering. And beyond that, the marketplace will motivate additional competition as the marketplace deigns that there is a demand for more competition.