TV Viewers' Attitudes Toward Pay-TV, October 2013 [TABLE]

Table - TV Viewers' Attitudes Toward Pay-TV

While media industry execs believe that over-the-top (OTT) services will supplement rather than replace pay-TV, TV viewers themselves believe that pay-TV will be largely replaced by alternative viewing sources in the next 5 years, according to survey results from MarketCast. Currently, (a seemingly-high) 25% of respondents believe that traditional TV service subscribers are in the minority. In 5 years, though, 53% believe that TV viewers subscribing to the traditional model will be in the minority. That would require a huge increase in cord-cutters, estimated to last year comprise just 1.1% of pay-TV households.

(When considering the study’s results, it’s worth noting that the survey was conducted online among viewers aged 18-49, who tend to watch significantly less traditional TV than their older counterparts.) Read the rest at MarketingCharts.

Traditional TV Service Subscribers Will Soon Be in the Minority, Say 53% of TV Viewers