The Skinny

With ratings at kids' linear nets continuing to fall, Comcast has made the choice to move Cartoon Network into its "Preferred" packages starting in April. C2HR has once again completed its annual compensation survey, and the COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to take another look at the size of pay increases and possible furloughs. The survey also revealed that D&I is the most important issue for programmers and operators alike, and many are also making more permanent shifts towards remote work.

Comcast Moving Cartoon Network from Expanded Basic
Comcast plans to move Cartoon Network out of its expanded basic lineup and into its “Digital Preferred” or other “Preferred” packages come April 13. Read More »
C2HR Shows COVID's Impact on Industry Pay
The pandemic resulted in more modest pay increases last year and slower compensation growth is expected to continue in 2021, according to C2HR surveys. Read More »
Pandemic Pushing Next-Gen Technology Forward
The pandemic has helped businesses think through what technologies they need to address COVID and the next normal, including 5G, WiFi and smart cities tech. Read More »
Shentel Focusing on Broadband Expansion in 2021
Shentel is finally selling its wireless business to T-Mobile, and it plans to use the deal’s proceeds to double-down on its broadband investments. Read More »
A+E Exec Throws Some Shade at Mega Streamers
From A+E Networks programming president’s point of view, the ultimate goal is the same—produce great content that viewers want to consume more than what’s competing for their attention. Read More »
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