5 ways TV networks are responding to the growing cord-cutting movement

[5. Fleece cable subscribers] Time Warner, […] saw a 14-percent increase in subscription revenue last quarter, not because it gained subscribers, but because it demanded higher carriage fees from TV providers. Those costs, of course, get passed onto subscribers, who keep seeing bigger bills for the same content. While this approach probably isn’t sustainable, old habits die hard… – Jared Newman, TechHive http://ift.tt/2kWJy5n

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