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Okay, that was my attempt at humor. I didn't say it was a successful attempt, but it makes the point.
You are a product to those people. Spectrum acts like they're looking out for you. They aren't. You are a target. Or your wallet is. Same with Disney. They both want your money.
Spectrum wants to keep more money, and not give it to Disney. If they pay Disney more, they'll up the bill to their subscribers. And they'll up it more than what Disney gets. Spectrum will make more money if they give in to Disney. Well, more money per customer. They're worried that the overall number of customers could drop, ending up being an overall loss.
Disney meanwhile doesn't care. They're giving discounts to new Hulu+Live TV subscribers, and some Spectrum customers are switching from Spectrum TV to streaming via Hulu+Live TV. In those cases, Disney gets the money anyway.
None of them really care about you. They care about getting your money. It's up to you to figure out the best way to spend your money and how to get the most out of it. My Streaming Life costs more than I would like, so I'm always on the lookout for ways to save money. Most of the time, I don't use a live streaming service such as Hulu+Live TV. I'm finding cheaper ways to watch TV. Perhaps I can help you with that. If not me, perhaps someone can, and you can keep more of your hard-earned money.