For the first time in my life I am actually considering the possibility of running for office. It’s clear somebody needs to help real Americans find change. I’m not sure I’m capable, but I can’t stand by simply watching this craziness.
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) January 8, 2021
YOU HAVE AWAKENED ME FROM MY SLUMBER! https://t.co/GD99MlkCzj
— Quibi (@Quibi) January 8, 2021
Jan 11-14: Virtual CES 2021
Jan 13: FCC Open Commission Meeting
Jan 19-21: Virtual NATPE Miami
Jan 25-28: RealScreen Summit 2021
➢ There will be nearly 2bln active subscriptions to on-demand video services in 2025, a 65% increase over the end of 2020.
➢ The primary engine for this growth will be from traditional broadcasters turning to streaming services in order to extend their reach.
➢ In 2020, there was an average of four SVOD subscriptions per household in the US.
➢ Over 70% of streamed video sessions in the next five years will occur on smartphones.
(Source: Juniper Research)
“I look forward to working in the public interest with my colleagues Commissioners Carr, Rosenworcel, and Starks, as well as the President-elect’s new nominee. Our mandate at the Commission is to work for the benefit of all Americans. Should we disagree on some issues, we would do well to remember Thomas Jefferson’s words at the time of another presidential transition, the first in which the Administration changed parties: ‘… every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle. We have called by different names brethren of the same principle.’”
— FCC commissioner Nathan Simington’s statement on the events at the Capitol and the peaceful transition of power