‘A soup of misery’: Over half of people say they’d abandon their cable company, if only they could

As if to underline [Brian Dietz,National Cable and Telecommunications Association]’s point, the study found that each of the nation’s top five cable companies — Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter and Cablevision — stand to lose around 10 percent of their customers to cord-cutting or carrier-switching in the next 12 months. Whether you call it competition or defection, that puts about $7 billion in revenues at stake across the industry. – Brian Fung, Washington Post http://ift.tt/1urrFZ4