Under construction: The multi-screen video business model

Kuhl, Craig
June 2012
CED;Jun2012, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses the evolution of working business model for multiscreen and mobile content to satisfy the consumer demands for convenience by the U.S. cable industry. It informs that the increase in the use of mobile devices is resulting in the reduced use of cable television (TV). Time Warner Cable Inc. is evolving the multi-screen business models for subscribers. It also presents the charts depicting the competition faced by the cable industry.


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