The Skinny

As ACA Connects members celebrated the return of the association’s annual Summit, they were also gearing up to begin discussions about what the future has in store for the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program. Funding is expected to dry up by early 2024, and there’s no indication yet if Congress will devote more money to it. The future of connectivity remains a constant work in progress, but the TV streaming business is continuing to grow with Roku at the forefront. While facing hefty competition, the company is confident it’ll remain king of content aggregators for the foreseeable future.

ACP’s Fate a Top Concern for Small Operators
ACA Connects members are prepared to lobby on Capitol Hill on Thursday, and they’re ready to start conversations around the future of the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program. Read More »
Roku Feels Secure in Platform Leadership Position
Roku is facing more competition than ever before, but CEO Anthony Wood doesn’t believe it will lose its place as king of the content aggregators. Read More »
Standard General, TEGNA Threaten Legal Action
Standard General and TEGNA continue to push back on the FCC Media Bureau decision that sent key questions in the proposed merger to the agency’s administrative law judge for review. Read More »
Effros: Speed Kills
I can’t help but notice these days that there seems to be either an unwillingness or inability to appreciate and acknowledge that things take time. Read More »
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