Home Tags Cord-cutters

Tag: Cord-cutters

Netflix's "Arrested Development."

The pay-TV exodus is ramping up as Netflix and other streaming services pump out high-quality original shows

TV cord-cutting will increase an estimated 32.8% in 2018, according to new analysis from EMarketer. The firm projects that the total number of cord-cutters will jump from 24.9 million users in 2017 up to 33 million by the end of this year.
The terms of YouTube's new paid music service are rubbing some independent music artists the wrong way.

YouTube TV is the kind of cable-killing TV experience Apple promised us but failed to deliver, analysts say

Toni Sacconaghi Jr. praises YouTube TV for creating experience that TV viewers have long sought but the analyst calls out Apple managers for sitting on their hands. Apple could and should have been the ones to offer this kind of multi-channel service.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki

YouTube’s live-TV service is about to get its first major test

YouTube is debuting its live-TV service on Apple TV and Roku devices, putting it in front of millions in the product's first major test.

One chart shows Netflix’s dramatic 20 year rise

With over 100 million subscribers, Netflix has taken over cable.

There’s a new way to watch AMC shows like ‘The Walking Dead’ without ads for $5 a month

AMC is launching a $5-a-month service called AMC Premiere, which lets you watch hits like "Better Call Saul" and "The Walking Dead" without ads.

Cheap digital TV packages are cannibals — and could push traditional TV to its worst subscriber losses on record

Streaming TV packages are getting going in earnest, and they will cannibalize traditional TV subscribers, according to analysts at UBS.

ESPN’s 100-person round of layoffs was brutal, but the network isn’t doomed

On Wednesday, ESPN announced a brutal round of layoffs, which is expected to hit about 100 employees, including dozens of on-air personalities.

The NFL is waking up from its ratings nightmare

After a truly terrible start to the season, the NFL appears to have woken up from its ratings nightmare.

Mark Cuban predicted the NFL’s ratings free fall years ago — and his theory might be coming true

In 2014, Mark Cuban, the entrepreneur who owns the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, went on an epic rant against the NFL, describing greed and overextension.