Sorry, but cable TV won’t exist by 2030
A new report hit inboxes today that makes some bold claims about the future of cable TV. The Diffusion Group (TDG) estimates that by 2030, the "traditional" pay TV market -- think cable and satellite TV -- will have shrunk by 26%, leaving only 60% of households subscribing to traditional pay TV.
That's undoubtedly a big drop from the 81% of households that get traditional pay TV today. But if analysts really think that cable and satellite will still make up two-thirds of the market for pay TV in 13 years' time, they've got another thing coming.
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