The writing is on the wall: Cord-cutting is growing - even faster than anticipated.
Research firm eMarketer has revised its estimates on the number of cord-cutters in the United States upward. Now the company believes the country will see 22.2 million cord-cutters age 18 and older this year - up 33.2 percent over 2016.
That's 44 percent more than the 15.4 million cord-cutters eMarketer previously predicted for this year.
In addition, the number of U.S. adults who've never paid
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