Should Sky Sports cost less?
Ofcom have ruled that the broadcaster will have to sell Sky Sports 1 and 2 for up to 23% less than the current wholesale price. The decision aims to offer viewers more choice of pay-TV services.
Sky , who plan to appeal the decision, said: "Consumers will not benefit if regulators blunt incentives to invest and take risks." A spokesperson for the English Premier League - which relies on lucrative TV rights deals - said it was "very disappointed."
Are you a sports fan or Sky Sports customer? Would cheaper live sports lead to greater consumer choice? Would it affect investment in sports television and sports funding?