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Sept 14-17: NATPE Streaming Plus

Sept 22: Cablefax’s FAXIES Awards Celebration, Also Honoring the Cablefax 100, Top Ops and Work Culture List

Sept 29-Oct 1: NCTC’s Independent Show

Oct 5: WICT Leadership Conference

Oct 6-9: NAMIC’s 34th Annual Conference


➢ 73% of US consumers say they would prefer to watch their favorite TV show for free with ads rather than pay for an ad-free experience.

➢ 64% of consumers in the US plan to reduce the amount they pay for TV services. 44% plan to do so by reducing paid subscriptions and 42% plan to cancel cable TV.

(Source: Unruly)


“I do not believe any large media company put in a bid, and I think that’s really what’s sad. It’s that they had an opportunity to pivot to the future… every single media company had the opportunity to be a part of this and none of them were. Yes, their business is under pressure, the TV ad market is under pressure, cord-cutting is accelerating. So I understand the existential challenges that they’re all facing right now, but this was theoretically a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity… it’s just sad when you think about the fact that none of the companies that should have wanted this… this was the next evolution to mobile content.”
– Lightshed Partners analyst Rich Greenfield talking the bidding for TikTok on CNBC’s “Squawk Box”

The Daily


Welcome Back to Wrexham

Watching Season Two of FX’s “Welcome to Wrexham” (premiered on the network Sept. 12, arrived on Hulu the next day) feels an awful lot like coming home, even for those of us that have never visited the Welsh city or set foot on a football pitch.

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