https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/24/big...e-for-world-of-50-million-tv-subscribers.html So, read the article, they basically recognize the sea change from cable to online venue. I personally think that 50 million is a bit of a hopefull number. So, questions: 1. Do any of you still subscribe to cable tv, and if so what is the average you are paying? 2. If you cut cable, what are you subscribed to usually? ( Netflix, Hulu, Etc.) 3. What do you think smaller channels should do? ( Food network, HGTV, DIY, etc.) 4. Anything else you want to talk about regarding this subject! I personally cut it long ago, but do miss channels like Food network, and HGTV and a few others. Maybe 5 total that I used to watch. Wish they'd offer a cheap Sub $5 to view on there website.