Big #HouseoftheDragon night in New York City apartments @HBO pic.twitter.com/xINets7U65
— BK (@Bkillinit) August 22, 2022
The hardworking staff @NTIAGov made *3,336* phone calls to ISPs throughout the country over the past week and a half to ensure that everyone possible submits data to the @FCC for Broadband Data Collection!
— April Delaney (@DelaneyNTIA) August 22, 2022
I'd like another Sharknado movie.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) August 22, 2022
(Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Kagan)
➢ About 65-70% of users at Hulu, Peacock Premium, Paramount+ and discovery+ reported using ad-supported plans.
➢ While roughly one-third of ad-supported users at most services did live in households making less than $50,000 in income, another 25-40% lived in homes with $100,000 or more in annual income.
➢ Some 4/5 or more of ad-supported users at Hulu, HBO Max, Paramount+ and discovery+ also used Netflix.
September 13-14: Mid-America Cable Show
September 15: Cable Hall of Fame, NYC
September 19-22: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022; Philadelphia
Oct 10-11: The WICT Network’s Annual Leadership Conference
Oct 11-12: 36th Annual NAMIC Conference
“I still have a godfatherly-like view that as long as I have a big voting position, I can protect the company and its shareholders from short-term disasters…In all honesty, what I really want to do is stop going to board meetings, whether virtual or physical, spend more time with my wift and more time on a boat—preferably a slow-moving sailboat.”
– John Malone in a feature for The New York Times discussing his thoughts on Warner Bros. Discovery, the revamp of CNN and his future in the cable and media industry