From AT&T to Time Warner Cable: how the top cable operators fared in Q3

How did the top pay-TV operators fare in the third quarter? AT&T topped the list in terms of active subscribers at 26.16 million, even though it lost around 40,000 subs during the quarter. Overall, the cable and satellite segment's top 13 operators lost about 190,000 net video subscribers -- but that is something of an improvement.

FierceCable takes a look at these statistics and many more in its third-quarter rundown of how companies like Comcast and Time Warner Cable fared. Compiling research from Strategy Analytics, Jackdaw Research and other firms, the report gives an overview by the numbers on operators' performance.

Check out FierceCable's latest report here.

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