Verizon’s TV strategy sounds like a mess
Thanks to those gosh-darn millenials' refusal to pay $100 a month for a cable package, the traditional TV industry is going through a tough time right now. Pay TV packages are being dropped faster than ever before, and new cord-cutting cable alternatives are popping up every months.
Now, some companies are responding to this with a coherent strategy for 21st century media: AT&T's DirecTV Now online streaming service has hit a million subscribers in its first year of operation, thanks to the low price (and unsustainably good deals for other AT&T customers). But Verizon? Well, that's a very different story.
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