Unhappy With Time Warner's Prices? "And, she said, popular features that allow customers to start shows over or watch television shows on an iPad require money to develop."
If you need an iPad to watch tv, you are part of the problem.
If you can't get organized enough to either watch your show or record it and expect Time Warner to solve your problem, you are part of the problem.
If you can't live without video-on-demand, you are part of the problem.
If you expect every last niche and foreign channel to be available in HD, you are part of the problem.
If you expect Time Warner to do anything other than dream up costly new "features" of questionable value that they can claim are popular and use them as an excuse to continue raising prices, you are part of the problem.
The most expensive commodity in the world is CONVENIENCE. Once they get it in their heads that you will pay to have something made easier, they will start overcharging you for it...and if they have little or no competition-regulation, they will start gouging you and it will never end.