Comcast and Time Warner Cable lost 1.1 million video customers in 2013

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Mr.TinDC Comcast, Time Warner Cable (TWC), and all other top cable companies lost pay-TV subscribers in 2013, but the companies were able to boost their total broadband Internet subscribers, according to research by Leichtman Research Group. Comcast and TWC, the two biggest cable companies in the US, combined for 1.1 million lost video subscribers. Comcast finished 2013 with 21.7 million multi-channel video subscribers, down 305,000 according to  Leichtman’s research . TWC lost 825,000 video subscribers, dropping to 11.4 million.”The top nine cable companies lost about 1,735,000 video subscribers in 2013—compared to a loss of about 1,410,000 subscribers in 2012,” the research said. At the same time, Comcast added 1.3 million broadband Internet subscribers to hit a total of 20.7 million . TWC gained 211,000 broadband subscribers to bring its total to 11.6 million. Comcast’s 1.3 million broadband subscriber gain accounted for “49 percent of the total net additions for the top providers in the year,” the research said. Read 13 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Comcast and Time Warner Cable lost 1.1 million video customers in 2013

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