— Pola Changnon (@AstaBoots) July 12, 2021
Last week, our C5 program and Senior Fellow, Dr. Charles Patti, were honored at the Global Forum for Education and Learning (GFEL)! We are so proud to receive this award. Dr. Patti also received a prestigious distinction as one of the top 50 visionaries in education – Congrats! pic.twitter.com/cfvafYkp1A
— The Cable Center (@TheCableCenter) July 9, 2021
@ACAConnects very own Spielberg @NATHANEALatACA shooting more #ACACommunities programs in Iowa today. Watch for these new member videos soon. Anybody know where we can get a shot of some corn?🌽 pic.twitter.com/eI8wMmV2C6
— @JOHNatACA (@JOHNatACA1) July 13, 2021
➢ 23% of viewers have watched via a co-viewing app or service this year, up from 2020 (20%).
➢ Use of co-viewing apps varies widely by age group. 41% of viewers age 16-34 have used one, compared with 23% of those age 35-54 and only 3% of those 55 or older.
➢ Amazon Watch Party is the most commonly used co-viewing service (44%) followed by Discord (28%) and Zoom (27%).
July 16 : CFX Diversity List Nominations Due
July 25-28: Fiber Connect, Nashville
August 6: CFX Regional Rainmakers Nominations Due
August 9-13: CableLabs Innovation Boot Camp, Virtual
August 11-12: Kaitz Foundation Hollywood Creative Forum, Virtual
Sept 28: T Howard Dinner, NYC
“Competition is important, but historically, antitrust, or at least for the last 40 or 50 years, it hasn’t looked at competition as the only goal. Consumer welfare has been the main goal. If anti-competitive behavior isn’t harming consumer welfare, then it has not been seen as an appropriate matter for antitrust enforcement… a lot of what you have now is people wanting to turn away from this consumer harm model… they think that competition per se needs to be the goal of antitrust enforcement. So even if it raises prices for consumers, even if it leads to harm for consumers, if it increases competition, then that’s better.” – Reason Magazine senior editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown on competition playing a larger role in antitrust enforcement on C-SPAN’s “The Communicators”