Thursday, July 23, 2020

Finally: Every Baseball Team’s Sports Network Is Available On At Least One Streaming Service

As YouTube TV’s recent rate hike shows, these services themselves are not immune to rising programming costs. And the same traits that make streaming much less customer-hostile than cable or satellite—the absence of long-term contracts and rented hardware to set up and then return—also make them easy to leave.

Hence, the research firm Parks Associates estimated at the end of June that 41% of streaming customers churned out of one service or another in the second quarter of 2020, up from 35% in Q1.

From the article " Finally: Every Baseball Team’s Sports Network Is Available On At Least One Streaming Service" by Rob Pegoraro.

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