Video: Cost Still The Top Cord-Cutting Concern, Roku Tops Rankings





Cropped version of an image collage for Summer Survey 2021

This week, Jess and Philip returned to wrap up the results from our latest survey: the Cord Cutters News Summer Survey 2021. In this video, we dive into your most popular answers to questions like, “What streaming devices do you use?” or “Why did you cut the cord in the first place?” We also explore the types of content our readers and viewers value most when considering whether to sign on to a streaming service or not.

And if you missed Part One, not to worry. You can check out that video right here. As for Part Two, the full video is embedded below, and thanks again to everyone who took part. We’ll be calling on you all again soon, and stay tuned for the Cordie Awards toward the end of the year!

Which Devices Do You Currently Use to Stream Content?
Do You Plan to Watch The Olympics This Year?
Do You Plan to Watch Any Awards Shows This Year?
Do You Plan to Watch NFL Games This Year?
What Made You Decide to Cut the Cord?
Which Types of Content are Most Important When Choosing a Streaming Service?
Wrapping It All Up…

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