Topic: pay TV subscriber losses
Just like traditional video distributors, virtual MVPDs had a tough first quarter in terms of subscriber losses, according to Kagan.
U.S. pay TV providers combined for a net loss of 2,065,000 video subscribers during the quarter, according to the Leichtman Research Group.
The first-quarter earnings season has wrapped up for the top publicly traded pay TV operators in the U.S., and it's time to break down the numbers.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused dramatic economic upheaval and virtual MVPDs are facing new market realities.
Dish Network’s net video subscriber losses swelled to 413,000 as the coronavirus pandemic took a severe toll on the satellite provider’s business.
Charter’s first-quarter results were marked by improvements in both net video subscriber losses and net broadband subscriber gains.
Altice USA reported its first quarter earnings today and despite a net loss of 42,000 video subscribers, the company grew its residential revenue.
Comcast said it lost 388,000 residential video subscribers in the first quarter but its cable segment revenues still increased.
Verizon’s Fios TV subscriber losses continued their slow but steady declines in the first quarter of 2020.
AT&T has posted its first-quarter earnings and once again video subscriber losses for the operator have soared past the one million mark.