For years now the media and cable companies have talked about cord cutters. At first it was just a buzzword, but now this growing group of Americans is starting to truly change the television landscape.
In 2013, the net amount of American pay-TV subscribers fell by more than 250,000 — the first full year drop ever. It’s a relatively minuscule amount compared to the more than 100 million Americans who still pay for satellite or cable, but it represents tide of change in the television industry that’s only getting stronger.
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