Cable is likely in big trouble as an industry due to growing cord cutting, streaming and the growth of smart TV ownership. This revolution is causing rapid change in how TV viewers approach their television watching. For those of you …
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Between cord-cutters and cord-nevers, cable TV is finding it ever more challenging to maintain its grip on subscribers. Cord-cutters are people who already subscribe to a cable service and decide to leave. Cord-nevers are generally Millennials who never had cable …
YouTube has announced a $35 subscription service that allows streaming for up to six users and no contract. Besides local channels, there are a number of traditional television channels offered. Engadget’s article explains which channels are offered, more details about …
The Wall Street Journal puts numbers to the rapid shift away from cable TV to digital media. It is especially dramatic in the demographic group of 18 – 24, but all groups with the exception of 50 – 64 have …