Cable TV Cord Cutting is a "Myth," Industry Study Indicates

12/08/2010 10:04 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Daisy Whitney Producer, on-air correspondent, podcaster and raconteur in the new media

Despite the plethora of streaming video and over-the-top options, the vast majority of TV viewers are keeping their cable.

In a recent study, the Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing found that 84% of Internet video viewers still watch as much TV as they did before, suggesting that cord-cutting is indeed a myth.

What's more, 92 percent of those who watch Web video subscribe to a pay TV service, with only three percent saying they might get rid of cable TV in the future.

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