Tonight on the @HISTORY Channel I'll be on "Salute to Service". It'll be premiering tonight at 9pm ET on History! Happy Veterans Day to all my fellow service members past and present! #happyveteransday #veteransday pic.twitter.com/YWKUi6veSo
— Jesse Iwuji (@Jesse_Iwuji) November 11, 2021
carry us to launch pic.twitter.com/nCaG4jQKun
— G4TV (@G4TV) November 10, 2021
If you couldn’t make it to the theatre, now’s your chance to witness the PERFECTION that is Tony Leung. pic.twitter.com/dHVVA939nE
— Simu Liu (刘思慕) (@SimuLiu) November 12, 2021
➢ Consumers are now three times more likely to discover a new show on a streaming platform than on a traditional network.
➢ Netflix is still the single most common destination for new show discovery, named by 35% of viewers.
➢ Exclusive shows can still attract long-term subscribers. Some 77% of those signing up to a servce to watch one show end up keeping the service once they’ve watched.
➢ 53% of TV consumers sometimes watch content from a free TV streaming service with ads.
November 15: Cable Hall of Fame Celebration, C-SPAN3
December 7: Cablefax Most Powerful Women Celebration, NYC
January 11-14: CES 2022, Las Vegas
January 18-20: NATPE Miami
February 13-16: NTCA Rural Telecom Industry Meeting + Expo, Dallas
“The White House last month hailed Ms. Sohn as ‘one of the nation’s leading public advocates for open, affordable, and democratic communications networks.’ Translation: She favors deploying the agency’s regulatory power to shackle broadband providers and silence conservative voices. Ms. Sohn founded the leftwing group Public Knowledge that has long sought more government control of the internet and media. She was a counselor to Obama FCC Chair Tom Wheeler and was a driving force behind the ‘net neutrality’ regulation that classified broadband providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934… Ms. Sohn’s strident partisanship should disqualify her from serving as an officer of an independent agency with so much power to control the public airwaves.”
– The WSJ Editorial Board on President Biden’s Nomination of Gigi Sohn to the FCC