From Comcast to Cox, sizing up pay-TV's top 7 companies in Q1

How did the top seven pay-TV operators stack up in terms of subscriber additions, market share and ARPU in the first quarter?

Well, now that all the earnings data is in, FierceCable -- with the help of our able-bodied research partners --crunched it all and distilled into into some nice charts you can mount on your office door, bathroom mirror or SUV dashboard.

And save this one for posterity — it'll likely be the last in which Time Warner Cable and Cablevision operated entirely as stand-alone companies. 

To see FC's graphic take on the first quarter, click here. 

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