A report from FierceCable says that a million more U.S. pay TV subscribers cut the TV cord last quarter. “Only five of the seven biggest pay TV providers have released their third quarter subscriber data, but collectively these companies saw a net loss of 632, 000 pay TV subscribers during the period (385, 000 for AT&T and DirecTV, 125, 000 for Comcast, 104, 000 for Charter, 18.000 for Verizon FiOS TV), ” reports DSLReports. “Dish has yet to report its own cord cutting tallies, but the company is again expected to be among the hardest hit due to a high level of retransmission fee feuds and a lack of broadband bundles.” Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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Another Million Subscribers Cut the Pay TV Cord Last Quarter