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  1. TCM's practice of eliminating on-demand for Sling TV runs counter to the industry trend that is being led by other channels such as CBS and Showtime which shed the necessity of being a cable subscriber in order to access on-demand.
  2. I also wonder if it has something to do with the recent reversal of the net neutrality law which allowed AT&T to merge with Time Warner. AT&T is an internet provider and Time Warner is a channel. AT&T can now control who gets the content and how much is paid for it and can "encourage" viewers to go back to paid cable tv.
  3. Previously using Sling TV we could get the full range of movies that were available on-demand and they were updated at the same time as the TCM schedule. Recently none of the movies that have aired have been put on the TCM on-demand using Sling TV and today only five movies remain and I think that they will soon be gone. We no longer have cable TV at this location. Sling TV said that they can only produce what is being offered by the channel. I contacted TCM and never received a response.
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