The free market system should actually take care of this problem on its own. It is not economically advantageous for a facility like an airport to support a variety of cable providers. I am certain that all cable providers have the option to bid for this contract to provide cable service for places like airports. And it probably brings in a reasonable amount of revenue for the airports. To try and force the situation where you have to have multiple cable providers providing service for the airport is an unworkable situation. What are you going to do set up a Fox News provider area at gate one and a CNN provider area at gate to and what about airports that have actually multiple parts to them like the Tampa Airport were you literally have a train a shuttle that takes you to certain Gates and a shuttle that takes you to other Gates. Maybe the best solution would be to eliminate TVs in airports. Of course that's not workable either because we have become a " fast food" Society. We haven't got time to wait for the paper to be printed. We don't have time to sit down and have dinner at the table with our families and talk about our days. We want everything instantaneously and we want it now. Until we can change that mindset we're going to be stuck with watching TV for instant gratification. So if cable companies as I'm sure they do have to bid for the contract to provide service to a particular Airport we're stuck with what they're going to show. We don't have to watch it. We could actually watch a movie on one of our devices like a phone or and iPad. We could actually try talking to people. Which may actually be the best solution so that we are more connected to the rest of the people in the world and that would make fewer people feel ignored and disenfranchised. Maybe they should put up game tables like a chess table or Checkers or something that people could actually sit down and play a game of Uno or Bridge or whatever. Or maybe just a quiet space where soothing music is played and people can just sit and reflect. There is nothing to legislate here. As I've said many times I'm sure that airports solicit contracts from different cable service providers and it's just a matter of which company wins the contract. And on a final note if you don't like what's on TV the show The Station the political ad whatever turn the TV off. You do not have to leave it on all of the time and you do not have to watch the channels that you don't like. So I think that this is a nothing issue and should not even be on the political agenda.