The new year has brought some new changes to the cable and TV industry.
Here are a few of the big ones.
Cable is coming back.
The industry is in a position to bring back more of the old business model and create a new one based on innovation, the FCC says.
This includes an emphasis on mobile data, the new video and entertainment streaming services, more high-speed broadband and the growth of high-definition video and audio streaming.
Cable has been around for decades.
Cable companies still hold an important role in the lives of millions of people.
But they have lost some of the flexibility that allows them to grow and adapt to changing markets.
The cable industry is taking the steps it needs to keep the system going and thrive in a new era of digital disruption, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in a statement.
Streaming is big business.
Consumers will be able to watch video on their TV sets and tablets through apps like Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and YouTube, and to stream movies and TV shows from Netflix, Hulu, and HBO on Apple TV and Roku.
Streaming services are changing.
The streaming services have been the backbone of the entertainment industry for years.
But now, they have a new lease on life thanks to the Internet of Things, which means more people will be connected to their devices.
A new app called Chromecast will allow people to stream video to their TVs and computers via the Web, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple iPad and Apple iPhone, Google Chromecast and Google Chromebox, Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Prime.
Cable providers are fighting back.
Cable and satellite providers are trying to stay relevant.
They have begun to take advantage of the rise of cloud-based services and new technology like smart TV devices and social networking sites to deliver more services.
And they are trying not to compete with each other, as some traditional cable companies have been doing.
But Comcast and Time Warner Cable are battling for control of the video and Internet streaming market, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Comcast is trying to get as much as it can from cable operators by taking control of cable TV, while Time Warner has been trying to gain market share from its own video service.
The big winners are big cable companies.
The New York Times reports that Dish has been the biggest loser from the competition: The cable company that was once the envy of cable and Internet companies is now battling to stay afloat.
Dish said in an earnings report Tuesday that its net income for the year dropped 9% to $1.26 billion.
The company’s cable network has been losing subscribers for years and has been looking for new ways to increase its revenue, but its cable networks have failed to gain traction, it said.
Comcast has had some success in offering TV and Internet services to businesses, such as the launch of NBCUniversal’s NBC Live in May.
But it has struggled with how to offer the same content to businesses with customers outside the U.S. Comcast had to compete for customers outside of the U., even in the U, with DirecTV Now, which was only available in some areas.
The new streaming services and the competition for subscribers has been a big reason for the drop in cable subscriber numbers in recent years.
Cable-TV customers will be happy with the new offerings.
Consumers have seen many changes in the years since they started paying for cable services.
But for some, the changes are more drastic.
The FCC says that a growing number of consumers will be less comfortable with the TV-only world and will be willing to pay for the service that is more like the streaming video experience.
Cable subscribers will be happier with the benefits of the Internet.
Cable users are a big part of the way the cable business works, and the Internet is making things easier for the companies that provide cable.
Consumers who subscribe to the broadband Internet service can stream live TV and other programs from online video platforms like Netflix and Hulu without paying extra for the programming they want to watch, according ToTheStar.
Cable TV subscribers also can get access to the same channels that they watch on their TVs, and there are no contracts.
The biggest benefit for cable subscribers will come when consumers move to the new streaming platforms like Amazon Video and YouTube.
Cable plans to cut prices.
In addition to making the services more affordable, new streaming service companies like Amazon and Google have begun cutting the price of some of their services.
For example, Amazon is launching a service called Amazon Prime that will offer a discount for people who sign up for Amazon Prime Instant Video, a service that allows customers to watch and stream a variety of movies and shows without a cable subscription.
And Google’s YouTube video service has been offering a cheaper price point for some years now.
More customers mean more revenue.
The $7 billion cable TV industry generated in 2016 accounted for around a third of all revenue.
And the number of people subscribing to cable