More than a million cut the cord, but that may not be the most impactful result.
Results of a survey reveal cable TV unsubscribes are accelerating.
Media companies are responding by consolidating.
Diffusion Group study finds increases of even a dollar or two take a toll.
A new report from Parks Associates also reveals a drop in the willingness of pay-TV subscribers to recommend the service to others.
About 20 percent of survey respondents unaware of free over-the-air broadcasts.
New findings from GfK MRI reveal 97 percent have no plan to cut the cord.
Cable, satellite continue to bleed subscribers, according to Kagan
Despite the industry’s focus on streaming and on-demand video, linear TV dominates Americans’ time spent viewing and is on the rise, according to a new report from Nielsen.
U.S., U.K., and Filipino consumers say both traditional pay-TV and OTT providers can do better
In North America and Europe, traditional pay-TV providers are fighting back with their own OTT services
Majority want to continue to access local channels, regardless of the plan they choose
Nearly half of OTT subscribers use an antenna, according to LRG report
With so many UIs now resembling smartphones, users are finding it increasingly difficult to navigate the converged TV landscape.
Fears among pay-TV providers about the growing trend of cord cutting are being offset by a new phenomenon in which viewers are adding OTT services on top of existing pay-TV subscriptions, even when they spend more overall.
16 percent increase since 2015 coincides with decline in pay-TV subscriptions
The latest from three separate research organizations reveals traditional pay-TV is in decline
With a new focus on acquiring content that was previously relegated to pay TV services, social media and tech giants like Facebook, Amazon and Google are focusing more on disrupting traditional pay TV, director of USC’s Annenberg School of Media Innovation Lab and author Jonathan Taplin told an audience at the opening keynote of the NCTC Winter Educational Conference.