Saturday, December 12, 2015

Will Linear Video Revenues Drop 66%?

Skinny bundles costing $30 are the future of linear video linear video, says CBS head.

If an average linear video monthly bill is $90 a month, and the future is $30 a month, average revenue per account will drop 66 percent.

That illustrates, after similar devlines in voice revenue, why all service providers are searching aggressively for new revenue sources.

If an average linear video monthly bill is $90 a month, and the future is $30 a month, average revenue per account will drop 66 percent.

At AT&T, for example, voice revenue is only the third-largest revenue source, representing perhaps 22 percent of total revenue.



source: CableOne

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