DUO Broadband, the cable TV company, is closing both its regular cable and streaming TV services

White Scribbled Underline

The company says it can't afford to run TV services anymore because the people who provide TV shows are charging a lot more money.

White Scribbled Underline

Due to the shutdown, Customers in Kentucky counties served by DUO Broadband will lose access to cable TV services.

White Scribbled Underline

The announcement follows a trend of small cable TV companies closing down, citing financial challenges in the face of rising programming costs.

White Scribbled Underline

DUO Broadband suggests customers switch to streaming services such as Hulu, Fubo, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, or consider satellite TV services.

White Scribbled Underline

They are planning to stop streaming TV on January 4, 2024, because it's getting too expensive to keep it going.

White Scribbled Underline

On the other hand, regular cable TV will continue to provide service until the end of 2024, and it will also be discontinued on December 31, 2024

White Scribbled Underline