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Broadband-Only Households Will Nearly Double To 37M By 2022: Kagan Report

The number of broadband-only households in the U.S. will grow to 37.2 million by 2022, up from 19 million in 2017, according to a new report from Kagan. That trend will only amplify industry angst about cord-cutting and the management of the traditional TV bundle. "A perfect storm of long-term trends including increase in streaming content suppliers, widespread utility-like status of broad
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