Perhaps, but I get a nagging feeling that there must still be something to the narrow distribution of Comcast's Philadelphia and Houston sports channels (other than team performance) that is related to Comcast making greater than reasonable demands. There have also been some accusations aimed at TWC regarding the LA RSN market. It is possible that this is just sour grapes but it does make me wonder. I don't think this would fly in the current environment Peacock Plus streaming is free for Comcast customers. It didn't coincide with a rate change, they just decided to throw it in. This would only be an issue if what NBC Universal charges Comcast is significantly less than what they might charge AT&T to be able to offer "free" Peacock and I'm not entirely convinced that isn't the case. It is also possible that AT&T wasn't interested but I think the sports channels (CSN Philly and CSN Houston) are a better example.