Content for cord cutters is going to get harder to find, industry executive predicts — Tech News and Analysis (click for full article) by Stacey Higginbotham - March 28, 2013 SUMMARY: The TV industry knows that broadband changes its business, but it can't adapt quickly. That's why the CEO of Conviva expects cord cutters to suffer higher fees and less content in the short term. -- "While millions of cord cutters are eagerly awaiting their chance to subscribe to HBOGo, the CEO of the company that helps ensure that HBO's over the top content looks good is skeptical about when that might happen. Darren Feher, the CEO of Conviva, thinks things will get worse for cord cutters before they get better. Instead of watching Game of Thrones via an a la carte HBOGo subscription, they'll face higher fees for content aggregators like Netflix and Hulu and will find more content inaccessible unless they have a pay TV subscription, he thinks. Even Hulu's backers have toyed with making the site accessible only to those who have a pay TV subscription."