Topic: pay TV subscriber losses
The U.S. pay TV industry hasn’t yet reached that point, but Craig Moffett says that if Altice, Charter and others did so, it might not be so bad.
The fourth-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.
Dish Network’s satellite subscriber totals continued to drop precipitously during the fourth quarter, offset slightly by growth at Sling TV.
Charter Communications lost 36,000 residential video customers during the fourth quarter but still managed to increase video revenues.
Cutting back on pricing promos has led AT&T’s streaming TV service DirecTV Now to lose 267,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter.
Verizon widened its pay TV subscriber losses during the fourth quarter of 2018 even as the company rolls out a new updated pay TV service platform.
Comcast slowed its video subscriber losses to 29,000 during the fourth quarter, a small improvement over the 33,000 it lost one year ago.
AT&T has reason to be concerned about the health of its satellite TV business, but DirecTV isn’t going away anytime soon.
The third-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.
Dish Network lost 341,000 net video subscribers during the third quarter as satellite declines greatly outpaced slowing growth for Sling TV.