Keyword: Leichtman Research Group
BELD Internet, a small broadband provider in Massachusetts, is joining the ranks of operators who have given up on selling cable television.
Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Netflix aren’t just finding their way into more American homes, they’re increasingly showing up at the same time.
Major U.S. pay TV providers lost a combined 1.53 million subscribers during the second quarter, more than any previous quarter, according to the Leichtman Research Group.
Things got serious for pay TV providers in 2018 as the number of subscribers who decided to cut the cord nearly doubled, according to the Leichtman Research Group.
Cable operators had their worst first quarter in terms of subscriber losses ever, research company Kagan reported.
Cable operators saw cord cutting more than double in the first quarter of 2018.
About 11% of U.S. consumers ages 18-44 subscribe to an internet-delivered pay TV service, Leichtman Research Group said.
Linear pay TV services lost 560,000 customers in the fourth quarter, a 23% blood-loss year over year, an Evercore ISI analyst noted.
Leichtman Research Group (LRG) said that 84% of homes have access to the internet, a nominal increase over 83% in 2012.
While U.S. cable operators continued to seize broadband market share in the third quarter, their rate of customer growth slowed by nearly 31%.