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Roughly 54.8 million households currently pay for cable TV, down 3.3% from 2012 and down 17.6% from a decade prior, according to research firm IHS. Cable companies are expected to shed roughly 1.3 million subscribers in 2014. The decline is due in
The A&E channel has pulled "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson off its hit reality show, after he told GQ magazine that homosexuality is a sin that leads to "bestiality."...AP Video Video Video Meanwhile, a Canadian study by Convergence
Cable customers might prefer to only pay for the channels they watch, say HBO and the Weather Channel. Alas, subscribers are unlikely to be given such a la carte television menus or lower prices, experts sayeven if there's more consolidation in the
NimbleTV (nimbletv.com), the cloud-based TV service that finally makes "TV Everywhere" a reality, today announced the beginning of its service rollout. Starting today, NimbleTV offers two compelling types of packages that allow anyone with an address
and they have some new stats to back up their point. This week a pair of industry analysts claimed that the U.S. pay-TV business, once considered a veritable license to print money, just suffered its worst 12-month period in history, as The Times'
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: November 11, 2013 , 7:25 a.m...The Skinny: I ran a 10K Sunday at a pace of just over eight minutes per mile...Also, "Modern Family" isn't delivering what advertisers were hoping for, and the
Tom Rutledge, the CEO of cable TV company Charter Communications, told Wall Street this week he was "surprised" that 1.3 million of his 5.5 million customers don't want TV...They're actively NOT subscribing to TV in addition to the web. "Our
Time Warner Cable is blaming its awful Q3 earnings on CBS: The cable company lost 306,000 TV subscribers in the period after CBS pulled its programming from TWC 's systems in a fee dispute. But the numbers contain the glimmer of something scarier for
And it seems that everything is marching along according to plan: Bloomberg has reported that in all likelihood Netflix has passed HBO in number of paid U.S. subscribers. According to analysts quoted by Bloomberg, Netflix has reached 30 million
It's basically a huge validation of CEO Reed Hastings' business model. The shows House Of Games and Orange Is The New Black are top-notch...And now these numbers indicate Netflix is growing even faster than Wall Street thought it was...Subscribers: 2.