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Cord-Cutting to Reach 10 Percent of U.S. Homes by 2015, Says Report

[This article originally appeared on Beet.TV.]

More consumers will cut the multichannel cord over the next few years, according to the latest research from SNL Kagan.

The firm predicts that 10 percent of US homes, or 12 million households, will not subscribe to a pay TV service by 2015. At the end of this year, 4 percent of homes, or 4.5 million households, will have nixed their monthly cable or satellite service.

For more details on this trend, check out this week's New Media Minute.

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