Is the OTT phenomenon the death of paid TV?

| December 7, 2017

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Mark Holmes, Editorial Director of Via Satellite, and Amy Maclean, Editoral Director of Cablefax talk about the OTT phenomenon and how cord-cutting is changing the landscape of cotent.  Will Netflix be the death of pay TV or is there opportunity availability?

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