Deeper Dive—YouTube TV, Hulu could change the cord-cutting story if they wanted

QoQ change in pay-TV subscribers according to Leichtman Research Group and MoffettNathanson:
1) 
Traditional pay-TV – ↓ 1.4M
2) 
Streaming pay-TV – ↑ 404K
3) 
Total pay-TV – ↓ 1.0M

QoQ change in traditional pay-TV subscribers:
1) 
AT&T – ↓ 778K
2) 
Comcast – ↓ 224K
3) 
Charter – ↓ 141K
4) 
Dish – ↓ 79K

Flashback: The fight for the bundle is the war for the future of TV

Wow: At one point, Time Warner had 90K different pricing points in use for its pay-TV offering!

More #1: The Problem With Today’s “TV Is Dead” Study

More #2: AT&T is losing TV subscribers faster than its rivals, but cord-cutting is hitting the entire pay-TV industry hard

More #3: If the Streaming Wars will be decided based on number of video services, AT&T might have just won it

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