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Cable subscriptions drop, but less drastically than previous years: study

While cable saw the largest drop in subscriptions across all pay TV, IPTV saw a 13.8% lift in customers.

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Cable fading and wearables rising: study

The MTM’s new report with spring 2017 data shows what’s reaching a point of maturation, what’s up-and-coming and what’s on the way out.

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Cable in decline, but still the number-one TV delivery method: study

Three quarters of Canadians still pay for TV in some form and most prefer cable. But fibre optic share is steadily rising.

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Cord-cutting hit a record high in 2016: report

But those who have cut the cord still only account for a small percentage of the total market, according to a report from Boon Dog.

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Despite skinny basic, cord cutting on the rise

Cable providers will lose nearly 200,000 subscribers in 2016, according to projected numbers from Ottawa-based Boon Dog.

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BDU subscriptions sliding, revenues steady: CRTC

The regulator’s report for the year ending Aug. 31, 2015 indicated that the combined revenue for Canadian cable, IPTV and satellite companies was $8.9 billion.

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More cord-cutting ahead but mass exodus unlikely: report

Cord-cutters will grow in number but not by an earth-shattering amount, according to an IDC report.

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Satellite down, IPTV up: CRTC

IPTV subscribers jumped 29%, while satellite and cable subs dipped, for the year ended Aug. 31, 2014.