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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Cord-cutting is really an oxymoron since “cord-cutters” generally need a cable cord to stream shows. The latest earning report from Comcast shows clearly how fast people are cord-cutting. In the last quarter, the company lost 33,000 pay-TV subscribers, a substantial …
The question of how much value a person can receive from paying for one or more streaming services against purchasing two movie tickets has been examined by Decider. It’s really an amazing comparison and shows how difficult it will …
Ready to cut the cable cord? Confused by all the new “skinny” offerings from various streaming cable services? Adweek has put together an article with graphics that illustrate the differences among the various top streaming cable service providers and what …
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 …
Hulu asked 500 core viewers where the weirdest places they streamed Hulu were. Adweek has the story. Number four on the list is a funeral. Can you guess some that come before? Also, in the story is whether people lie …
Walt Mossberg of The Verge writes a compelling case that the promise of streaming non-bundled television is beginning to look more like bundled cable television. Two new services, Sling TV and Direct TV Now, both owned by satellite companies, require …