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    YouTube TV Expands Its Service Nationwide

    YouTube TV Program Manager Ben Moores has announced that the TV streaming service has expanded nationwide with added coverage in 95 more markets. After launching the service 2 years ago, YouTube TV now covers 98% of the United States. The company has signed deals to provide "complete local...
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    Over 1 Million Cord Cutters Ditch Cable and Satellite TV in One Quarter

    According to research firm MoffettNathanson, over 1.1 million legacy cable and satellite TV subscribers did not continue their Pay TV services and joined the growing legion of cord cutters that stream their entertainment. To arrive at these figures, the publicly reported subscriber numbers from...
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    Most Americans Find the Cost of Cable TV Is Too Darn High

    A new poll from The Hollywood Reporter/ Morning Consult has found that many Americans find the cost of cable TV and satellite to be too high. 90% of respondents indicated that price was a factor when deciding to subscribe to a TV or streaming service. 56% found the high costs associated with...
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    Netflix Is the Number One Choice for TV Viewing

    According to a survey of 2,500 U.S. adults by Cowen & Co., Netflix is now the number one choice for viewing television in America. The participants were simply asked, "Which platforms do you use most often to view video content on TV?" The results showed that Netflix beat out institutions...
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    T-Mobile Wants to be Your Uncarrier Cable TV Company

    T-Mobile announced plans to enter the cable TV market and compete with the big boys for your entertainment dollars. The service is going to be available in 2018 and it's going to leverage technology and services of Layer3 TV. Layer3 TV currently provides a-la-carte channel selection in a...
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    40% of Americans Predicted to Cut the Cord by 2030

    Believe it or not, but at least 85% of Americans are still using traditional pay cable. However, according to market analyst TDG Research, as many as 40% of all Americans will overcome this addiction by 2030. TDG has always been bullish on the future of TV as an app and they are making no...