Great watching @chairmanpowell @NCTAitv, @philmckinney @CableLabs & moderator #ToniStubbs @CoxComm lay out the possibilities of #10G #TheNextGreatLeapForBroadband for @namic_va @NAMICNational! #internet #broadband #wifi #cablesfinest @10Gplatform pic.twitter.com/j5gUzMd6ld
— Rob Stoddard (@CableGuy85) March 10, 2021
Didn't think I'd ever say this, but can we go back to the kind of "investor day" when an exec just sits up there and talks and takes questions? All these over-produced events are exhausting, and I'm not sure they create the intended effect. Do they?
— Tara Lachapelle+ (@taralach) March 12, 2021
March 16-20: SXSW Online
March 19: The Faxies Entry Deadline
April 9: Cablefax 100 Nomination Deadline
➢ 51% of US gamers just started playing video games over the past year.
➢ More than half prefer playing video games (53%) over watching TV shows and movies (47%).
➢ American gamers spend an average of 7 hours and 43 minutes gaming each week, an hour longer than the weekly average in 2020.
➢ The average American gamer admits they’ve played for nearly six hours in one sitting.
(Source: Limelight Networks)
“I think [Jessica Rosenworcel] has the inside track, but there could always be a dark horse. We’ve had two or three chairmen over the last generation who got the FCC chairmanship as a consolation prize for not being named Secretary of Commerce. So, there’s already that possibility. Other dark horses are Gigi Sohn, former aide to Tom Wheeler, as well as Ed Smith, former NTIA administrator Larry Strickland, probably former FTC commissioner/Biden staffer Terrell McSweeney. I think any of those three or four could probably be a third commissioner, but at this point I’d put my money on Jessica Rosenworcel—probably 65% to maybe 35% on a dark horse.”
– Andrew Lipman, partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius speaking at Deutsche Telecom’s investor conference on who may be named FCC chair.