In the aftermath of the collapse of the Time Warner deal, the world?s largest cable company, Comcast, announced this week that its high-speed Internet customers have surpassed its pay-TV subscribers in number. This is a trend we will likely continue to see with companies that provide both cable and broadband, as pay-TV increasingly suffers from the effects of ?TV Everywhere? and VOD. But despite the fact that Comcast now has more broadband customers, Pay-TV still brought in more money. Pay TV brought in about $5.3 billion for Comcast last quarter, while Internet only brought in $3 billion. Read more about the increase in broadband customers/decline in pay-TV subscribers @ ReCode.