“Cord cutting” — the theory of replacing a pay-TV subscription with Internet video — is still mostly a theory. While some people have already cut the cord, most Americans still haven’t, and aren’t likely to any time soon.
Still, as we study the Future of Television, we’re curious: What’s the kind of content that you’d need to be able to stream online before you’d consider getting rid of your cable or satellite service? (Assume you’d need broadband Internet access, some sort of way to get the video onto your TV, and that the video quality would be pretty good.)
Then check out the rest of our Special Report: The Future of Television.