Interesting factoid. With Chris Wallace of @FoxNewsSunday @NBCNews moving in to new DC bureau Kristen Welker @kwelkernbc and @cspan All three presidential debate moderators work out of North Capitol Street NW. #PresidentialElection pic.twitter.com/wpBVQY8ySS
— Steve Scully (@SteveScully) September 2, 2020
— Mignon Clyburn (@MignonClyburn) August 29, 2020
Sept 14-17: NATPE Streaming Plus
Sept 29-Oct 1: NCTC and ACA Connect’s Independent Show
Oct 5: WICT Leadership Conference
Oct 6-9: NAMIC’s 34th Annual Conference
Oct 12-15: SCTE-ISBE Cable Tec Expo
➢ Americans are saving more compared to before the pandemic with 60% of respondents call themselves “savers,” up from 54% in 2019.
➢ 14% of Americans say they have wiped out their emergency savings since the onset of the pandemic and 11% have borrowed money to cover emergency expenses. More than a quarter (26%) of 25-34-year-olds say they have wiped out emergency savings.
➢ 16% of Black and 20% of Hispanic Americans say they have wiped out emergency savings, versus 13% of White Americans.
(Source: Survey by CNBC and Acorns in Partnership with SurveyMonkey)
“We’ve always had an emphasis at trying to grow our footprint at Altice USA. We’re currently in 21 different states across the country with just about 5 million subscribers. So adding another 1.1 million homes here is attractive to us… We like cable. We think cable continues to be very attractive, has continued length and growth going forward. So this is something that is right in the middle of our wheelhouse in terms of things we want to continue doing.”
– Altice USA CEO Dexter Goei speaking to CNBC about the company’s unsolicited bid for Cogeco for Atlantic Broadband.