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Cord cutting slows to 400,000 consumers per year

Friday 8 August 2014 | 16:55 CET | News
Cord cutting has decelerated to a rate of only around 400,000 consumers per year, noted media analyst Craig Moffett in a new report from MoffettNathanson Research. In total, US pay-TV services lost 305,000 video subscriptions during the second quarter, compared to a loss of 387,000 the prior year. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Fixed
Companies: Verizon
Countries: United States
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