Thank you @sdut for sharing this great story which included @cox_media team member Sabrina Wilkerson. Nice work supporting the #SanDiego community! #LifeAtCox #CoxInTheCommunity https://t.co/EvNyaukO3D
— Cox California (@CoxCalifornia) May 4, 2021
This is a very substantive, quantitative and data-rich study by @CCAmobile which merits serious consideration by my old agency, @fcc. When looking at millions of locations, errors are going to happen, and they can and should be fixed. That’s just #GoodGovernment. https://t.co/yj8vdo5NZF
— Robert M. McDowell (@McDowellTweet) May 6, 2021
I grew up in a Catholic household where watching TV was considered a sin, says AT&T CEO John Stankey at USC event. He says he is getting past his Catholic guilt and watching everything the company makes.
— Joe Flint (@JBFlint) May 3, 2021
➢ Demand for Paramount+ content (9%) was in a close race with HBO Max (10%) and Peacock (8%) ahead of ViacomCBS’s earnings.
➢ Over 2021 to date, the full Netflix catalog of original and licensed series accounts for around 20% of US demand for SVOD services.
➢ Apple TV+ typically has around 4-5% of the demand share for US digital original series, but their originals-only strategy leads to les sthan 1% share of demand of the US SVOD market.
➢ Hulu’s library and licensed content has led to it having the largest slice of SVOD demand in 2021.
(Source: Parrot Analytics)
“The first thing that happens when you begin testing to try and identify accessibility issues, is that you’ll find them. Lots of them. And you’ll realize that this very cool product that you love, and you’ve been working on for a while doesn’t actually work for people with disabilities. And you’ll feel badly about that. And then you’ll begin to get a little, or possibly a lot, overwhelmed and might not even know where to start. So that’s why we’re doing this presentation. Trust me, we’ve definitely all been there. And the good news is that with some patience and some practice things will get better, and eventually you might just start to feel like you know what you’re doing and even kind of like this accessibility thing,”
– NBCUniversal Accessibility Director Lori Samuels speaking at the Microsoft Accessibility Summit