Spectrum Lost 105,000 TV Customers in The 4th Quarter of 2019





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Today Spectrum announced their 4th quarter 2019 subscriber numbers. In that report, it was announced that Spectrum lost 105,000 TV subscribers in just 3 months. This comes as Spectrum residential video customers decreased by 177,000 in the 3rd quarter of 2019.

One of the bright spots for Spectrum was that they added 331,000 Internet customers in the 4th quarter of 2019.

AT&T has also reported its 4th quarter 2019 numbers, and so far over a million pay-TV subscribers in the 4th quarter of 2019. The question now is what will the other cable TV and satellite providers report int he weeks to come.

Soon Comcast, DISH, and others will post their 4th quarter 2019 earnings reports. With AT&T reportedly ready to report over a million lost TV subscribers for the second quarter in a row, we could see the total number of TV subscribers lost in the 4th quarter of 2019 to be over 2 million.

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