The Skinny

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade sent shockwaves throughout the country, causing companies in the industry to clarify their healthcare policies and how they intend to support employees seeking an abortion. Another legislative point of discussion is the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, which lawmakers are looking to push it into law. The Act would limit the amount of data companies can collect from consumers and have added protections for children.

SCOTUS Opinions Shaking Up Healthcare, Federal Agencies
Companies across the media and cable landscape scrambled Friday to reply to questions regarding their healthcare policies in light of the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade. Read More »
House Committee Debates Data Privacy Law Provisions
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act has a long way to go before it is enacted, but lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are dedicated to getting the landmark consumer protection legislation across the finish line. Read More »
Nielsen Gives LGBTQ+ Media Insight
LGBTQ+ consumers view streaming content as most inclusive to their identity group, and 69% of those audiences believe efforts are being made to improve inclusivity, according to Nielsen’s latest study. Read More »
Effros: Game On!
The idea behind full service networks was not only right, but a snapshot of what we all consider today as the normal complement of services offered by our modern cable/broadband infrastructure. At the time, however, one of the major difficulties was designing a set top box that was affordable and reliable. Read More »
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