The Skinny

With the holiday break now long behind us, it's back to business for the industry. RealScreen Summit kicked off virtually this week, and programmers across the nonfiction space are contemplating how to move forward with their content following the events of 2020. The associations are also wasting no time in 2021 with the Cable Center announcing an expansion of its Intrapreneurship Academy.

Where Does Nonfiction Programming Go from Here?
With the pandemic, a heated presidential election and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement shaping programming choices in 2020, where does content go in 2021 and beyond? Read More »
Cable Center Talks Building a More Agile, Intrapreneurial Industry
A deep dive into The Cable Center's expansion of its Intrapreneurship Academy through a Q&A with course instructors teaching intrapreneurship and agility. Read More »
Streaming Products a Must-Have for Media Companies
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries says successful media companies must have a streaming platform, regardless of their place in the industry ecosystem. Read More »
NCTA to be More Discriminating with Donations
The industry’s largest association, NCTA, told Cablefax in a lengthy statement Wednesday that it would be more discriminating with political donations going forward. Read More »
Lazarus Still an Olympic Hopeful
With the launch of Peacock officially complete, Mark Lazarus is hoping that the 2021 Olympics will be key to getting the streamer to cruising altitude. Read More »
Cablefax Daily: Your Vital Source for Industry News
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