— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) April 20, 2021
Sign the contract. pic.twitter.com/xbmpOJBS7e
— Gritty (@GrittyNHL) April 19, 2021
Today my personal reaction was simple relief. I couldn’t help but feel that George Floyd’s family was seeing justice done, fairly and equitably, the way our system is meant to work. We have a lot of work to do, despite all that divides us, but to many, this was a step forward.
— Mike Sievert (@MikeSievert) April 21, 2021
➢ 55% of respondents now watch a free ad-supported video service.
➢ For Generation Z, playing video games is their favorite entertainment activity (26%). Only 10% say that watching TV or movies at home is their favorite form of entertainment.
➢ Streaming music subscribers pay for an average of two paid music services, and those who subscribe to gaming services pay for an average of three.
➢ 82% of US consumers subscribe to at least one paid streaming video service. The average subscriber has four paid video streaming services.
April 23: Cablefax Top Ops Nomination Deadline
April 29: Interactive Case Competition Finals
“Yesterday’s guilty verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was a step in the right direction toward justice and accountability. As crucial as it is, this verdict is just the beginning of the fight to dismantle the racism embedded in our criminal justice system. More work is needed to eliminate systems of oppression and disparity in equity, equality, and access in our country. I am encouraged by the dedication of the NAMIC community and its many allies who continue to work toward a more inclusive workplace community. Their commitment to developing and nurturing multicultural leaders, telling diverse stories, and implementing representative programming will help move our nation forward.”
– NAMIC pres/CEO Shuanise Washington regarding the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin