July 16 (Reuters) - AT&T Inc (T.N) said on Friday it lost fewer subscribers in its premium video business, which houses satellite TV unit DirecTV, in the second quarter.
The company said in a regulatory filing its premium video subscribers fell by 473,000 in the period, compared with a drop of 887,000 a year earlier. (https://bit.ly/3epfR8v)
The wireless carrier had sold a 30% stake in DirecTV to private equity firm TPG Capital in February, seeking to slow the trend of cord-cutting by investing in customer experience and providing premium video content.
The deal led to the creation of New DirecTV, which includes DirecTV, AT&T TV and web-based TV service U-verse.
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