Monthly Archives: March 2014

SNL Kagan: Pay TV posts first full year decline.

According to a recent  SNL Kagan press release 251,000 households became cord cutters between Q4 2012 and Q4  2013. This is the most relevant statistic, as it includes all three type of providers: Cable, Satellite and Telco. Traditional Cable/MSO operators (Comcast, … Continue reading

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March Madness and the Cord Cutter

If you are a true NCAA basketball fanatic and a cord cutter know is the time to make friends with a cable subscriber. It turns out that  like so many other content sources  lately,  NCAA  basketball is stream friendly — … Continue reading

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Where will Comcast find 3M TWC Subs to Divest?

The word on the street is that the Comcast  acquisition of TWC marches forward and will be completed by the end of 2014.  TWC  sent a letter (email) to subscribers last week, signed by  CEO Robert D. Marcus, promising that the “merger” … Continue reading

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ABC to join 21st Century with Official Live Stream of 2014 Oscars

This year is different. ABC seems to have gotten the memo that some people watch TV over the internet.  The official stream is very limited unfortunately: Requires a Pay TV subscription. Only 9 providers participating. Only 8 markets included. Boston … Continue reading

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