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Competition, High Bills Hurt Cable Companies

Jan 30, 2013 (Morning Edition) — It's called cord-cutting when people give up their cable TV subscriptions because they feel they get enough to watch over the air and the Internet. Cord-cutting is a big fear for cable TV companies. But there's something new for them to worry about: Young people who never get cable subscriptions in the first place.

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