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Charter held steady at 4.3 million residential cable TV subscribers at the end of 2015, flat for the year--but a win given that the pay-TV industry overall shrank by 385,000 subscribers (down 0.4%), according to Leichtman Research Group.
"Will they be as innovative and reshape this as they have done with other sectors?" Getting eyeballs A study by Leichtman Research Group found that the largest pay-TV operators lost only about 0.2 percent of subscribers over the past two years, hardly a threat to an entrenched industry.
The Leichtman Research Group reports that 23% of U.S.
The 19 largest cable companies in the US added 1.19 million broadband subscribers in the January-to-March period, according to a tally by Leichtman Research Group.
Rural American's are embracing new technology at an even faster rate than their city cousins, as proven by the recent Leichtman Research Group study and our own extensive viewer surveys.
Thanks, in part, from data obtained from Leichtman Research Group , popular digital media publicationRecodehas created an eye-catching graphic illustrating the "Big Media" landscape as it currently looks like.
According to a report from the Leichtman Research Group, the top 13 pay TV providers ( lost 385,000 subscribers in 2015, as cable networks struggle to deal with competition from streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
TV households have a DVR, use VOD or are Netflix subscribers, according to a survey by Leichtman Research Group.
"With DIRECTV announcing a record 505,000 net new subscribers in the first quarter of 2005, and new results from the Leichtman Research Group showing DBS now exceeds cable penetration in rural America for the first time, the growth of this rural network to better serve rural homeowners shows no sign of slowing down.
households have a smart TV to something like a Roku device, Chromecast, or Blu-ray player hooked up to their TV sets, according to data from Leichtman Research Group (LRG).