‘The cord is still intact’: A Comcast exec explains why America’s largest TV provider can survive the death of cable TV
|10/30/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- As cable-TV cord cutting continues, Comcast, the nation’s largest cable-TV provider, remains optimistic.
- The company points to its growing broadband relationships as a sign that cord cutting isn’t the threat that some perceive.
- “Some say the future of TV is apps, we really believe it is more and more around aggregation,” Matt Strauss, EVP of Xfinity Services, said.
Cable TV viewership, and subscriber counts, continue to drop as the industry sees ever-increasing competition from digital upstarts like Netflix or YouTube.
Yet amid this waning linear-television environment, cable-TV giant Comcast had a solid third quarter. What’s more, it added to read more >>>