Members of the award winning @gethotwire customer service Florida team – sacrificing their holiday weekend and family time to leave for Atlanta to support Hotwire’s ATL customer service team during #HurricaneDorian2019 #ThisIsAmericanCable #AllFiberNetworks pic.twitter.com/mFnArmXdK1
— Jonathan Bullock (@HotwireJonathan) August 31, 2019
Happy 40th anniversary to the worldwide leader in sports @espn! #espn40 September 7, 1979 ? #rappersdelight #remake pic.twitter.com/wxNVQbSp2a
— Queen Latifah (@IAMQUEENLATIFAH) September 4, 2019
➢ Only 13% say that neither weather nor weather-related disasters are becoming more extreme. 60% say both are happening.
➢ Those without a college degree are more likely to say weather is becoming more extreme than those without a college degree (80% vs. 69%) and those with a college degree are also more likely to believe that weather related disasters are becomign more extreme (79% vs. 69%).
➢ Among those who think the weather and weather related disasters are growing in severity, half think this change is caused by climate change
(Source: The August 2019 Associated Press – NORC poll )
Sept 10: NTIA Spectrum Policy Symposium; Washington DC
Sept 13-17: The IBC Show; Amsterdam
Sept 16-18: CCA Annual Convention; Providence, Rhode Island
Sept 17: Cablefax Diversity List Reception; NYC
Sept 17-18: 33rd Annual NAMIC Conference; NYC
Sept 23-26: Advertising Week; NYC
“The president’s absolutely should address China’s forced technology transfers and IP theft. But this unpredictable tariff policy is forcing us down the wrong economic path. continuous threats of more tariffs and occasional promises that trade talks are progressing mean whiplash for global stock markets. That uncertainty hurts every American with a pension, retirement find or college savings plan.”
— Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association