Monday, September 21, 2015

The best alternatives to the cable bundle are being offered by cable companies - The Washington Post

Stimulus-response

"Since Verizon Communications introduced in April cheaper, slimmed down bundles of just dozens of TV channels -- as opposed to hundreds, the company said on Thursday that 30 to 40 percent of its new FiOS television customers have asked for the new packages. And in a new bet on mobile video, the telecom firm said it has signed up 25,000 people for the free streaming service Go90 that goes live later this month.

Just months ago, the idea of introducing alternatives to the fat cable bundle were anathema to an industry that has long fought to keep that profitable business model intact. But with declining ratings and advertising revenues and more people dropping their cable subscriptions altogether, the industry has shifted tone."
The best alternatives to the cable bundle are being offered by cable companies - The Washington Post
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