Fully prepared for this new @Adele album to absolutely wreck me in the best way possible… so before we dive in, let's celebrate with a look back at all of her album eras.
✨ '19' (2008)
✨ '21' (2011)
✨ '25' (2015)
✨ '30' (2021) pic.twitter.com/zH3HepykKS
— MTV (@MTV) November 19, 2021
If you had told me 15 years ago that US TV companies would be spending this many billions of dollars on soccer in 2021, I would have started laughing maniacally until I had to be resuscitated.
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) November 18, 2021
(Source: Kagan, the TMT research unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence)
➢ Traditional cable, telco and satellite video losses rose sequentially and year over year to nearly 1.7 million.
➢ In the meantime, virtual subscriptions increased by almost 1.4 million.
➢ Estimated traditional residential multichannel subscriptions slipped below 68.6 million, accounting for less than 53% of occupied households.
➢ The combined virtual and traditional multichannel households accounted for less than 64% of occupied households at 83.2 million residential subscriptions.
December 7: Cablefax Most Powerful Women Celebration, NYC
January 11-14: CES 2022, Las Vegas
January 18-20: NATPE Miami
January 25-28: RealScreen Summit 2022, Austin
February 13-16: NTCA Rural Telecom Industry Meeting + Expo, Dallas
“The NHL was a great property. We had a wonderful run with them, and we certainly wish them well. Premier League does a lot of other things for us. The number of games, the number of fixtures and exposures and windows become very important, but I think that our strategy has been from day one, and it’s something that we’ve been very consistent about, is that we are the network of the Premier League. We are not the network of soccer.”
– NBC Sports Programming President Jon Miller on the company’s more than $2 billion U.S. rights deal for the English Premier League