Thursday, January 05, 2012

Comcast, Walt Disney Reach Big Distribution Pact

Comcast and other pay-TV operators are offering television on multiple devices in order to reduce customer defections and add value. "The pay TV providers are really wary of losing customers to alternative video sources" like Amazon, Hulu and Netflix, Kurt Scherf, vice president and principal analyst with market research firm Parks Associates, told V2M. In the third quarter, Comcast lost 165,000 video customers to end Sept. 30 with 22,360 cable TV customers.

From the article, "Comcast, Walt Disney Reach Big Distribution Pact" by Josh Long

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