Subscribers increasingly fleeing pay-TV, report says

For the first time ever, pay-TV providers posted a full-year decline in subscriptions, a new report by SNL Kagan said. Distributors--particularly cable companies--lost a total of 251,000 video subscribers in 2013. FierceCable takes a look at the losses and which providers are holding steady amid changing market tradewinds. Read more

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