Biggest Video Users Most Likely to Cut Service

According to a study by Market Strategies International, the biggest consumers of video are also the most likely to limit their paid TV viewing and subscriptions. The research house says cost-conscious and tech-savvy "cord fraying" consumers are becoming more targeted in their video-viewing habits, potentially costing cable operators billions of dollars per year in lost revenues.

Cord frayers are consuming video through tablets, smartphones and computers rather than their TV sets and are more likely to use a Blu-Ray player and services such as Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Prime to view movies, TV series and children's programming.
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