A new wave of service providers is taking over the cable TV market, with many hoping to bring cable TV to the homes of the rest of the country.
But with cord-cutters still a minority in the market, the new service providers are poised to have a huge impact on how consumers access the television industry.
In 2018, the combined TV industry revenues were just shy of $3.2 trillion, and that number is expected to rise as the year continues.
The cable TV industry, which includes satellite and broadband providers, will spend $2.5 trillion in 2018.
While the industry is on the upswing, the television market is still growing.
According to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), TV services added 9.6 million subscribers in 2017, bringing total U.S. television subscribers to 25.1 million.
As TV services have become more available to more Americans, the demand for TV has also increased.
According the NAB, television viewing has increased by about 10% over the past five years.
In 2018, about 9.1 billion households in the U.D.A. had a television set, according to NAB data.
The average household spends $130 per month on television, with average annual income of $56,976, according a Pew Research Center report.
“As more Americans have access to the internet and cable services, they are able to access and enjoy TV services on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs,” said Michael Karp, a senior analyst at The NAB.
For a time, the cable television industry was not doing very well.
According with a 2016 report, the industry’s share of the U