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As Cord-Cutting Grows, Streaming Video Services Are Becoming More Expensive

One year ago   |   By Fortune

One of the secret pleasures of streaming video has always been that it satisfies our TV cravings without the steep monthly fees of cable television. Now that's starting to change.
For the past decade, cord cutters have been canceling their cable-TV subscriptions and getting their video fixes through Netflix , YouTube, and other digital streams of video entertainment. The trend has been slow, but relentless enough to cause media giants like Disney to launch direct-to-consumer services and cable stalwarts like AT&T and Comcast to diversify into beyond the decades-old idea of live programming...
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