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Compared to the first quarter of 2014, North America’s residential multichannel video market ended Q1 2015 with a loss in subscribers (72,000 net loss), but an increase in revenue ($940 million).
Compared to the first quarter of 2014, North America’s residential multichannel video market ended Q1 2015 with a loss in subscribers ( net loss), but an increase in revenue ($ million). In the US market, both cable and satellite operators lost subscribers, but gained revenue. To counter the loss in subscriber numbers, operators are increasing their basic prices, and up-selling premium services. In Canada, cable and satellite operators lost both subscribers and revenue in Q1 2015, compared to Q1 2014; while IPTV operators gained subscribers and revenue.
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