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. 

Suggested Articles

Sling TV has joined the Watch Party craze with a co-watching feature that includes real-time video and chat interactions.

Cable, satellite, and telecom pay TV providers should expect one of the worst years ever for cord cutting, according to eMarketer.

Comcast may be under pressure to split up its cable and media businesses and one analyst said that such a move could unlock value for both assets.