Of course, cable providers such as Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA), Verizon (NYSE: VZ), and AT&T may take some comfort in the knowledge that they also sell internet access. Because according to the latest data from a poll conducted by Reviews.org, cable monopolies may face an even bigger threat than cord-cutting: SpaceX Starlink. As we've previously discussed, SpaceX's new "Starlink" satellite broadband internet project is up and running, rolling out beta access in the U.S. in October for $99 per month, expanding into Canada in November, and then winning an $885 million subsidy -- and 642,925 new customers -- from the FCC in December.
Season 2 of Netflix’s “Bridgerton” has been officially renewed for season 2 — and it couldn’t come at a more perfect time for the streaming giant.
Without initiatives to keep households connected and a return to life outside the home and off the couch, cord-cutting will accelerate in 2021. Over one-quarter of U.S. TV households are planning to cut the cord in 2021, according to separate surveys from Civic Science and The Trade Desk. While Civic Science's data show a downward trend in consumers intending to cut the cord, The Trade Desk's surveys show a stark increase.