Why cutting the cord isn't so easy in the U.S.

TV has changed a lot, but cable has managed to stick around one way or another.
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Counting television viewers outside their homes

May 16, 2017
For live-event outlets like ESPN and news channels, this data is critical.
Fans gather to watch a soccer game at a New York City pub.
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YouTube gets into the live streaming game

Feb 28, 2017
The Google-owned platform hopes to 'reinvent the way TV works.'
YouTube is launching a service that will combine YouTube content with live national and local television.
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Viceland hopes to bring Millennials back to cable

Mar 3, 2016
In the cord-cutting era, Vice just launched a new cable television channel.
Viceland panel at the A+E Networks 2016 Television Critics Association Press Tour. 
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ESPN's ratings are slipping

Nov 26, 2015
ESPN has lost about 7 million subscribers since its audience peak in 2013.

Is Seeso a must-see streaming service?

Oct 16, 2015
The new NBC comedy offering faces stiff competition — a whole lot of it

More trouble ahead at ESPN

Sep 23, 2015
Caught between cord-cutters and rising licensing fees, the network is in a bind.

For public good, not for profit.

Media business gets a rough signal

Aug 7, 2015
Many are moving away from the traditional cable subscription plan.

Comcast courts cord-cutters with new streaming service

Jul 14, 2015
Comcast's streaming service will debut in Boston in August.