As digital streaming options become more popular, cable companies scramble to prevent customers from "cutting the cord".
Comcast's integration of Netflix into its set-top box is the rare example of a dominant, incumbent player future-proofing its business
NBCUniversal tried to “digitize” TV, and failed. But TV is still around.
How did old school TV survive the digital revolution?
Much is said about rising new technology companies, but how much more challenging is it to reinvent a mature business model that has been around for decades?