And as an appendage, we know that cord cutters are in the group of four hours/day. We don't know how many are viewing as streaming digital, or cable modulated data. How many watch together, or use individual streams? I'm not casting aspersion(s), rather, would like to know the data and its trend.
Organizations like Akamai and others are deploying somewhat massive buildouts to accommodate services like Netflix, and other VoD/streaming services.
Does this help Comcast put on the brakes to other services? We don't know, but the issue of ostensible net neutrality is causing lots of redesign and thinking towards digital, rather than modulated video. If the number of modulated channels shrink, there is more capacity for modulating available bandwidth towards more overall *digital* capacity
Then what happens with 4K,and eventually, 8K?
The link sucked, frankly.