Live tennis kicks off now! on @TennisChannel from a private court in Florida with several top 50 players. Social distancing precautions, no spectators, no line judges and no ball kids. Women take the court for a mini tourney in 2 weeks. https://t.co/NarEs3JZ6y
— Joy Sims (@JoySims) May 8, 2020
Former MTV VJ Kurt Loder turns 75-years-old today. How old do you feel right now? pic.twitter.com/yhcuIAvGB8
— Cass Anderson (@casspa) May 5, 2020
➢ Two-thirds of consumers believe home internet providers (64%) and mobile phone/wireless providers (66%) are performing well in the current crisis.
➢ Some 32% of households say they are concerned about their vurrent home internet service in terms of reliability, speed and connection.
➢ 24% of those households contacted customer service since the beginning of the crisis, mainly for issues around network reliability and performance.
➢ While 63% of consumers are currently happy with their internet service, 16% are still considering switching soon.
“Three months ago, I could have answered any questions about my business. I don’t know now, but I can tell you this: I’m dying for live sports… live fans is a big part of any sport. I think it’s what makes it so exciting and so fun whether you’re there live or watching on TV, but the reality is we’re in a position now where you can’t have fans there. I think people just want to see some live competition… I feel bad that [the MLB and NFL] can’t come back…Listen, it’s expensive. You’re going to lose your live gate, which is millions and millions of dollars… And it’s going to cost you a lot of money now to put on the sport, to make sure that it is safe. It can be done. The question is are they willing to do it. – UFC pres Dana White on CNBC’s Closing Bell