North American Cable TV Households to Decrease at Slower Rate in 2013, Expects MRG
11 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster
For cable TV operators in North America, the past several years have been tough. In particular, cable TV operators throughout the region have experienced significant challenges in retaining their video service subscribers. However, there appears to be some positive news on the horizon. For the past several calendar quarters, the pace of cable subscriber losses has been slowing.
2013 is expected to be another year marked by decreasing North American cable TV households, new report “The North American Cable TV Market: Subscriber Losses Continue, But Begin to Moderate” by MRG Multimedia Research Group (MRG) states that the number of households lost will be much lower than in 2012.
The North American Cable TV Market: Subscriber Losses Continue, But Begin to Moderate
Published: March, 2013
Price: US$ 1,500.00
This report provides an update on the North American cable TV market. Specifically, it looks at the size of the market by providing the current number of cable TV subscribers and a subscriber forecast through 2017. It also provides a detailed list of the “Top 95” cable TV operators in North America. This list ranks the operators by video service subscribers and provides background data and contact information for each operator.
More information can be found in the report “The North American Cable TV Market: Subscriber Losses Continue, But Begin to Moderate” by MRG Multimedia Research Group.
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