Yes, but the 2 attempts by the Big Clubs to take ultimate control (Project Big Picture and then ESL) by cynically used the opportunity created by the Global Pandemic on club finances has shown clear as day what their aims are. To create such a financial disparity between 4 clubs and the rest of the League which cannot be un done, this is the aim for the Cartel as this will then allow profits to be made from football with reduced competition. This should galvanise the other clubs and Premier League into action.
If we make the move to streaming via the Premier League they essentially have no real say give the 14 clubs out vote them. There is difficulties in fixing the inequality that is the current state as changing prize money to take away more from top positions of the League to give to the bottom is a complicated one. The situation I described is when moving to streaming all 20 clubs revenues will jump significantly, that is the opportunity to level the playing field in terms of 90% of income is split evenly and 10% goes to performance for example. There is no special revenue for "being chosen for TV" as all games are streamed live. This way income has grown for all clubs relative to their existing expenses. If the Premier League are the ones to do this they can reset the model.