Friday, January 31, 2020

Nearly 3 million subscribers ditched DirecTV last year. Will AT&T do the same?

But as it races to keep up with Netflix and Disney, AT&T increasingly has treated the satellite business as something of a relic, akin to rabbit-ear antennas.

“They are at a crossroads,” said Steve Nason, a senior analyst at the Dallas-area research firm Parks Associates. “Consumption habits have changed dramatically since DirecTV was founded.... The moves they are taking suggest that they are putting up a ‘going out of business’ sign” at DirecTV.

From the article "Nearly 3 million subscribers ditched DirecTV last year. Will AT&T do the same?" by Meg James.
 

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