After losing 28K subscribers in Q3, U.S. pay-TV providers added 241K subs in Q4, estimates...


After losing 28K subscribers in Q3, U.S. pay-TV providers added 241K subs in Q4, estimates Bernstein. While cable providers lost 318K TV subs (an improvement from Q3's 547K loss), this was more than offset by respective gains of 147K and 412K for satellite and telco providers. The data suggests "cord-cutting" remains a limited phenomenon for the time being, in spite of growing content costs. (also)

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  • Jason Tillberg
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    I haven't had cable in over 3 years and don't plan on getting it again anytime soon. I'm all internet and there is more than enough content on the internet I see zero reason to ever pay for cable as well.
    4 Apr 2012, 11:34 AM Reply Like
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