Thursday, January 19, 2017

Pay TV Companies Are Losing Ground To OTA

The latest Parks Associates study is out, and it has more bad news for traditional pay TV companies. Once again, satellite and cable companies are seeing losses. And it’s not just streaming services that pay TV companies need to look out for.

That’s because users of free over-the-air TV are on the rise, too. According to Parks Associates’ findings, a full 15% of all U.S. broadband households now get their TV exclusively from an antenna. That’s a big deal, because broadband households are a really important base for pay TV companies.

From the article "Pay TV Companies Are Losing Ground To OTA" by Stephen Lovely.

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