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Will Consumers Cut the Pay TV Cord?

Will Consumers Cut the Pay TV Cord?

In the debate over the future of pay TV, Bernstein Research analysts Todd Jeunger and Craig Moffet have opposing outlooks on the solvency of cable and satellite in their current forms, leaving a great deal of room for speculation over whether consumers will continue to subscribe despite rising costs or simply cut the cord.

Brandon McKenzie

Brandon McKenzie is a second year Fordham Law student and an IPLJ staff member. He is the owner of the trademark phrase “Varsity Drinking” and enjoys woodworking on weekends. Yesterday, Brandon had an itch on his knee. Just before scratching it, however, he noticed the stapler on his desk and decided it would be better situated in the drawer. The itch on his knee subsequently vanished, and he was left with nothing to do but stare at the wall.