Cable TV hangs in there with other viewing options

The growth of alternative viewing options such as the Internet and mobile TV is real. The impact this is having on cable is not a doomsday scenario at all according to Horowitz Associates' Broadband Content and Services (BCS) survey. Here's a key point: While four in ten of those surveyed said they watch broadband or mobile TV at least once a month, 60 percent--that's six out of ten--only watch TV the way they always have: via cable or some other conveyance on a television set.

Take into account that this was an Internet survey and the results skew a bit more towards the thought that maybe, just maybe, cable television is still the way to watch TV.

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