During Q1 of 2015 U.S. pay-TV business, for the first time ever, dropped a net number of subscribers in the first three months of a year. Continue reading… “Pay-TV business declined for the first time during Q1”
Cable rage is real.
Are you frustrated with rising prices from your cable company? Do you keep getting hit with more fees and charges and you are paying for more channels than you’d ever want to watch? These are just a handful of the most common complaints consumers have when it comes to grappling with cable companies.
There are other factors attributing to the drop in cable tv subscriptions as well.
A new report shows that cable television companies lost 741,000 customers between July and September, representing the biggest quarterly drop ever since the media research firm SNL Kagan began compiling the statistics 30 years ago.