Post Archives: Steve Effros
Steve Effros chronicles a night where he suffered from an unexpected power outage, but was still able to keep his cable system running in the dark.
Effros talks the importance of the little things when it comes to the latest technological innovations and features.
Steve Effros recalls the life of Dick Gessner, a friend and true independent cable operator who paved his own way.
Effros says the battle over “fake news” is not new, pointing to Pravda, the 106 year-old broadsheet newspaper of the Communist Party in Russia.
Effros urges all to “take another deep breath” in the wake of the AT&T-Time Warner deal approval.
In all the loud and overwrought debates about technology these days, there seems to be an almost intentional omission of two aspects that are ultimately key to understanding the significance (or lack thereof) of the disputes. Time and money.
It’s now becoming obvious; there’s a growing awareness that competing theories about how to envision the future of the video marketplace are starting to seriously clash.
I have witnessed it all in the past few weeks as my long desire to switch out of my FiOS service and back to Cox (Contour/X1) as my provider finally came true.