Well, that works both ways. Can Sinclair do with zero distribution of their locals on the nation's largest cable TV provider? That would be a *huge* hit to their bottom line. And keep in mind that the network content carried by those locals -- stuff from ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and CW -- would remain available on Comcast's on-demand platform even if there was a blackout of Sinclair's stations. And many of those Comcast customers could pick up the Sinclair local station for free with an OTA antenna. So it seems to me that Comcast has a stronger negotiating position than Sinclair.well can Comcast really make do with zero Sinclair local channels?? Sinclair has a lot of power there.