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Nearly 800,000 households in the U.S. have "cut the cord," dumping their
cable, satellite, or telco TV providers (such as AT&T U-verse or Verizon FiOS)
and turning instead to Web-based videos (like Hulu), downloadable shows
(iTunes), by-mail subscription services (Netflix), or even good ol' over-the-air
antennas for their favorite shows, according to the report
Seems to be a mass migration away from MSM TV
Originally posted by john124
800,000 is still a tiny amount. I doubt the rest will follow and dump cable entirely until Internet bandwidth and so the quality of Internet video improves to at least a DVD or higher standard.