Ranking Comcast, TWC, Charter, Cablevision and more after a historically weak Q2

In the second quarter T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS) upended the wireless market and passed Sprint (NYSE: S) as the No. 3 carrier after a decade of Sprint retaining that title. The pay-TV industry also had a historic second-quarter earnings season, as pay-TV operators lost a cumulative 625,000 subscribers in the second quarter, the biggest quarterly loss ever reported for the sector, according to SNL Kagan. FierceCable has assembled a complete look at the second-quarter earnings season, ranking the top cable, satellite and telco pay-TV operators and offering a look at their performance in a number of key metrics, including subscriber growth and average revenues per user (ARPU). The report draws on data from Strategy Analytics, Jackdaw Research analyst Jan Dawson, SNL Kagan and others. Check out the special report here

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