Cable & Telecom

Changing viewing habits spur rise of alternative services: Kagan

MONTEREY, CA – Streamed bundles, online subscription services, self-aggregation and over-the-air delivery are helping to erode the number of traditional multichannel subscribers in the U.S., says new research by Kagan, a group within S&P Global Market Intelligence.Shifting viewing habits have amplified the conditions for change and instability in the market, according to the latest segmentation of video delivery options among U.S. households.  While homes with a traditional multichannel subscription are positioned to remain in the solid majority in the five-year outlook, upward momentum lies firmly with alternative services, continues the report.  The combined account for a non-multichannel tally is on pace to exceed...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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