Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tipping point: Video streamers are now in the majority as pay TV watching drops

Among those services, Netflix is the clear leader, with Amazon and Hulu next, according to a recent survey from Parks Associates.

Deloitte found a concurrent "inflection point" for providers of traditional pay TV service delivered via cable, satellite and fiber. Pay TV use fell to 63% in 2017 from 75%, the survey found.

And among those who no longer had pay TV, 27% said they had "cut the cord" within the past year.

From the article "Tipping point: Video streamers are now in the majority as pay TV watching drops" by Mike Snyder.

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