Right. And both the MVPD and channel owner know that the MVPD will get most of the blame from customers, just as his happening here. So logically, it is more advantageous for the channel owner to have the channels removed. I side with logic in saying that chances are it is Fox and Sinclair that had the channels removed.But in the real world, the one who takes the most damage is the provider. The vast majority of viewers only know suddenly the company they pay to watch TV isn't showing them the channels they're paying for. Period. They don't get pissed off at Fox or ABC or the RSN, they get pissed off at the company they just paid their monthly bill to. Their neighbor with (other provider) is watching their shows, but they can't.They do not give a damn about negotiations, they just want to get home from work, eat dinner, and watch TV.