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Consumers Are Ditching Their Cable Packages. These Channels Are the Biggest Losers.

This post originally appeared in Business Insider. Cable TV companies could lose nearly $1 billion to people cutting the cord over the next year, but some channels will be hit harder than others. Earlier this year, analysts at Barclays argued that channels you watch when you're feeling lazy, "inertia channels," will have a tough time competing moving forward. Others, like BTIG's Rich Greenfield, have questioned the value of ESPN.
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