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Millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet.

Cord-cutting is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet.

is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet.

Consumer Report

"This was really the year that cord-cutting went mainstream," said Craig Moffett, a senior analyst at the research firm MoffettNathanson. "It was mostly based on the availability of compelling services."

Internet television, also known as "over the top," bypasses cable and delivers video directly to viewers through a broadband connection. Major players include subscription video-on-demand services such as Netflix, Amazon Video and Hulu as well as live streaming services such as SET TV, Sling TV and DirecTV Now, which air dozens of cable channels in real time.

In the next four years, the total number of cord-cutters will nearly equal the number of viewers who never had pay TV — a total of a whopping 81 million. It clearly means that about 30% of American adults won’t use traditional Television.

Traditional pay-TV providers-cable, satellite and telephone companies-lost 1.7 million subscribers in 2016, and the pace is accelerating, with more than 2.6 million cutting the cord through September 2017, according to Moffett

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