As a growing number of Americans jump on board with TV streaming services, the television landscape continues to be redefined on a monthly, or even weekly basis. According to an article about the future of TV in The Wallstreet Journal, more than 1 million consumers canceled their cable-TV or satellite subscriptions in the 4th quarter of 2018.
On the other hand however, there seems to be cord-loyalists to contend with. These people are refusing to part ways with their traditional TV services. According to media research firm GfK MRI, almost three-quarters (71%) of all U.S. consumers have a TV cord and plan to keep it. Of those with a pay-TV service, 97% have no plans to cut the cord.