In a blow to the already-fragile business of pay TV, AT&T announced that it lost 946,000 pay TV subscribers in Q2 2019. The losses were mainly premium (legacy DirecTV and U-verse TV subscribers), the company ending the quarter with 22.9 million TV subscribers. In the same quarter, the company increased broadband subscribers by 45,000 and mobile subscribers by 3.9 million. Subscriber revenues (from TV, broadband, and mobility) grew 1.6% in the quarter to $11.4 billion, following a contraction of 0.5% in Q1 2019.