Over the last decade, television subscriber numbers in North
America declined by 27 million or 23%. How much further will
they fall? One forecast is that in the next five years they
will drop another 11 million or 13% to 74 million, which is
less than two-thirds of the number in 2010. That is still 74
million homes paying for traditional television. Since AT&T
acquired DIRECTV in 2015 at a cost of $67 billion, it has
seen a devastating destruction in value. Spinning out its
television operations, however that is spun, may start to
address this dismal decline. William Cooper Editor informitv Supported by an international network of industry
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