Referring to Cable and Satellite subscriptions with yearly contracts paid per month. Are we at that crossroads yet where subscription numbers are falling or have we already been there for a while? With sooo many "over the top" services people can subscribe to (no yearly contract), is there still high demand for traditional subscription television? From a "quality" aspect (overall, not programming quality), I do think Cable/Satellite serves a purpose as the internet based offerings are still lacking quality wise (some still standard def for crying out loud, some 720p). For me, one thing I have found with the over the top services is the apparent lack of ability to SKIP adverts sometimes. Most do but for on-deman on NowTV, you cannot skip some stuff. I am not saying these services are dead but as the decline started?