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US pay TV shows shifting tides to OTT cannibalization in Q2

Four of the top five US operators came out with their second quarter results last week, and while we wait for Dish Network to make that a full house, due out just after Faultline Online Reporter goes to press, we have analyzed how their sliding traditional pay TV subscriber numbers contrast with users of their TV Everywhere offerings. AT&T, Comcast, Charter and Verizon lost a combined total of 261,000 pay TV subscribers between the first and second quarters of this year, ending the period with just over 69 million between them. In comparison, their combined TV Everywhere services saw uptake of over 4 million users across the board. While these aren’t broken out by all companies, our research arm, Rethink…

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