Cord-Cutting Speeds Up As TV Providers Scramble to Boost Profits
The number of households without a traditional pay-television subscription could soon equal those that have one, according to a new study.
The number of Americans who are cutting the cord on their cable, telco and satellite TV services continues to accelerate, according to a report from eMarketer released on Tuesday.
The findings come as the tipping point for cord-cutting has arrived as traditional TV providers look to boost profits by offering fewer promotions and Disney, WarnerMedia and Apple get set to join Netflix and Amazon Prime in the streaming arena....
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