Nearly half of Americans with pay-TV packages are nearing the point of saying goodbye to traditional cable, including those few are actually satisfied with their service. Why? Because their cable bills just keep going up.This is according to the latest Video Trends report from TiVo. The company has run the video trends survey every quarter since 2012, so it …
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