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71% of “Skinny TV” Customers are Under 45 Years Old

71% of “Skinny TV” Customers are Under 45 Years Old

The 18- to 44-year-old age group accounts for 71% of adults in the US that have a live-streaming ‘skinny TV’ service, according to Leichtman Research Group.They also found that 16% of adults between the ages of 18 and 44 have a subscription for services like Sling TV,...

Cord-Cutting Trend Slows as Pay-TV Expects Fewer Losses

Cord-Cutting Trend Slows as Pay-TV Expects Fewer Losses

While pay-TV providers continue to expect to experience subscriber losses, the cord-cutting trend is showing signs of slowing, according to a new study from Digital TV Research.The study forecasts a loss of 3 million pay TV subscribers in 2019, down from 3.8 million...

Cord Cutter Savings Shrink as Online TV Services Raise Prices

Cord Cutter Savings Shrink as Online TV Services Raise Prices

OTT bundles are getting larger while prices continue to rise. Some are now to the point where they are close to the cable bundles they were designed to replace, resulting in cord cutters' shrinking savings.YouTube TV is raising its monthly rate by $10 to $50 and...

More Households Embrace Over-the-Air TV

More Households Embrace Over-the-Air TV

Most US households subscribe to a pay-TV service like cable or satellite, but there is a noticeable shift as more and more homes are adopting over-the-air (OTA) TV, according research firm Nielsen.Nielsen’s most recent Local Watch Report indicates that there are 16...

22% of US broadband households Internet service speeds of 100-999 Mbps

22% of US broadband households Internet service speeds of 100-999 Mbps

New research from Parks Associates, Modern Broadband: Competition and Retention at Gigabit Speeds, found that 22% of US broadband households have broadband service speeds of 100-999 Mbps. This is now the most common service tier. In addition, only 39% of US broadband...

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