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Cord-Cutting Could Cost Pay TV Industry $1 Billion in a Year, Study Says

Pay TV providers could lose nearly $1 billion in revenue from cord-cutters over the next 12 months, as consumers find savings by switching to standalone internet and streaming services, a new survey says.
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