Report: UK pay-TV subs are adding streaming services, keeping existing offerings

A new report from Deloitte has found that multichannel video subscribers in the U.K. have a voracious appetite for content from a variety of sources range of sources, and the same trend could happen in the U.S.

The study from Deloitte found that pay-TV customers in the U.K. are 50 percent more likely to add a streaming service to their menu of options for watching video programming than broadcast-only homes are. But that's not to say cable companies shouldn't worry about over-the-top services, writes Daisy Whitney for Mediapost. According to Leichtman Research Group, about 80 percent of of Netflix subscribers also subscribe to a pay-TV service today. That down from 85 percent in 2012 and 88 percent in 2010. Read more

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