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The death of the Cable TV bundle

By Bloomberg
10 August 2018   |   10:30 am
Bloomberg's Gerry Smith says traditional companies are observing the decline of cable subscribers. Smith discusses TV Everywhere and says the service never really caught on. Smith points out that many companies spend enormous amounts of money on sports rights and that those costs eventually get passed on to consumers.

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