Moody’s: broadband helps US cable to compensate subscriber losses

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The industry continues to raise prices for broadband services, driving average revenue per unit higher. Demand is being largely driven by video consumption, which requires more and faster bandwidth, positioning cable companies to further monetize their high-speed distribution system. At the center of this transformation is streaming content “over-the-top” to deliver video-on-demand services which is growing quickly, according to the report Pricing, Broadband Demand Ease Pressure from TV Subscriber Losses. – Broadband TV News