Five on Friday: Cable TV, Cord Cutting and Comparisons

Featuring Sensor Tower, Amazon Music and Social Media Today

We are just days away from the Super Bowl, and many of us have our minds on the big game and, if we're honest, the Super Bowl ads, including the sad demise of Mr. Peanut. Before you settle in for the weekend, check out what's happening in the subscription world. Sensor Tower reports that subscription apps in the U.S. grew 21% last year to $4.6 billion, Comcast predicts cord cutting will accelerate in 2020 and cable TV prices will go up, and Amazon Music now has 55 million subscribers. Also, Social Media Today shares three ways to grow your social media audience, and the NAB Show will compare 50+ streaming platforms and devices in April.
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