Was digging through an overfull drawer and found this. Pretty sure I borrowed this sometime late in President Obama’s first term. And just discovered Netflix has a @USPS box established for the express purpose of receiving straggler DVDs. pic.twitter.com/Q2w4LMO2IR
— Ajit Pai (@AjitPai) September 21, 2021
Hey LA, go fill up on Disney. There’s 34-cent a gallon gas at Hollywood & Highland as part of a Wonder Years promo. pic.twitter.com/Vf4k2fE2UW
— Rebecca Keegan (@ThatRebecca) September 21, 2021
(Source: MBLM’s 2021 Brand Intimacy COVID Study)
➢ The tech & telecom industry has an average Brand Intimacy Quotient of 45.7, well above the cross-industry average of 38.3.
➢ Tech & telecom perform better with men than women, and with consumers over 35.
➢ Samsung is the top brand for men, replacing Google, while Apple remains the top brand for women and users under 45.
➢ Compared to previous COVID studies, more than 32% of consumers have an increased positive emotional connection with the industry.
OCTOBER 4-5: WICT Leadership Conference, Online
OCTOBER 5-6: The Independent Show, Online
OCTOBER 5-8: NAMIC 35th Annual Conference, Online
OCTOBER 6: Kaitz Virtual Event
OCTOBER 11-14: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Online
OCTOBER 20: WICT Signature Touchstones Luncheon, NYC
“As today’s gathering demonstrates, in each of these principles—whether it is freeing spectrum, expanding broadband, diversifying networks, securing communications, or leading internationally—we have embraced the idea that no single entity can meed this challenge alone. We need a whole-of-government approach to get this done and one that is open to commercial innovation and opportunity. To do this, we need to draw on the strengths in our national DNA—our hard-wired belief in the creative possibilities of the future, the power of coordination and the rule of law. This is how we turn spectrum scarcity into spectrum abundance.”
–FCC acting chair Jessica Rosenworcel speaking at the 2021 NTIA Spectrum Policy Symposium