Cord Cutters Aren't Flocking to Live-TV Streaming

YouTube and other companies offering live-TV streaming assumed that as soon as the service was available, cord-cutters would be flocking to spend their money on the service. That has proven to NOT be the case however and there are a few reasons why. One of the big reasons the article doesn't cover is the cost. Streaming Live-TV is still pretty expensive and even YouTubes service is pretty limited on networks and the geographical area for the rollout is pretty small. More reasons at the link below.

So why haven’t the many millions of people who have cut the cord, never had a cable connection, or really hate their cable company rushed to give their money to these services that are generally less-expensive than pay-TV, and don’t require contracts or leased hardware?

Source: Consumerist