— Matthew M. Polka (@MATTatACA) December 5, 2020
As Commissioner O'Rielly finishes his last FCC meeting, we should all thank him for his tremendous service on the Commission. From spectrum policy to modernizing our media rules and much more, he made a big difference and his work will have a positive impact for years to come.
— Matthew Berry (@matthewberryfcc) December 10, 2020
Dec 14-16: 2020 Virtual Fiber Connect
Jan 11-14: Virtual CES 2021
Jan 13: FCC Open Commission Meeting
Jan 25-28: RealScreen Summit 2021
➢ Compared to July, consumers in November were significantly more likely to make changes to their TV service lineup in the fall.
➢ 1/3 signed up for a new TV service, up 6 points from the summer.
➢ Another 1 in 4 cancelled a TV service, up 5 points from the summer.
➢ Netflix and Disney+ were the most likely to see a net gain in November. Half of those who made changes to their services added Netflix while 1/3 added Disney+.
(Source: Hub’s “Predicting the Pandemic” Research)
“Having spent six years as chair of the Telecommunications Subcommittee, I’m proud of the bipartisan work we did to open up spectrum for advanced communications, enact First Net for our first responders, and expand access to high speed internet—although much work remains to fully connect Americans. With the RAY BAUM’s Act we even reauthorized and modernized the FCC, which hadn’t been done in decades… I’ll miss this process, and I’ll miss you, my colleagues. Always remember how important it is, the work you do here, and how much the fate of American way of life rests in your hands every time you put that voting card in one of these machines.”
– Rep Greg Walden (R-OR) delivering his farewell address