Tuesday, October 25, 2016

AT&T Aims To Break From Streaming Crowd With Time Warner

But the trend toward live online subscriptions is expected to accelerate, which is why companies are diving in.

One of the selling points for online video providers is that it is easy to sign up. Customers can subscribe online rather than waiting for an installer to hook up cable or put a satellite dish on the roof.

Online players "are not the cable company," Parks Associates analyst Glenn Hower said. "There are no contracts, you can cancel any time. That seems to resonate in the market."

From the article "AT&T Aims To Break From Streaming Crowd With Time Warner" by Lisa Richwine.

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