Wells Fargo analyst Steven Cahall expects cord-cutting to get worse in 2021 despite modest improvements in the first quarter.
The top five publicly traded pay TV companies still lost nearly 1.6 million customers in the first three months of 2021
Or why the entire U.S. pay TV industry would look a whole lot better if it could simply spin off AT&T’s premium video assets to private equity, too
For the media industry, 2020 was the worst year ever for cord cutting, according to a new report from analyst Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson.
Yeah, we already knew it was bad, but still … Comcast, AT&T, Charter and Dish collectively lost around 5.1 million customers in 2020, still more than double what they bled in 2018
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