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Which Cable Channels Have Lost the Most Subscribers in the Last Four Years?

Cord cutting is hurting cable channels across the board, but the channel with the biggest loss of subscribers in the past four years is Weather Channel. That’s the conclusion of a report by Business Insider, based on a study from Deutsche...
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