Excited to see that in some cases online education is outpacing traditional universities in terms of performance. These online universities provides a level of accessibility that helps democratize quality education. It’s critical that organizations and hiring managers recognize the quality of this educational experience and view them just as they do traditional universities.
Underscores the need for diversity at the decision making table. Representation flows downhill.
This is big news. Advertisers have been walking away from traditional TV because the investment is so high and the measurability is so low (one reason of many). If Hulu’s attribution model is solid, the shift of advertiser dollars will increase exponentially.
Fascinating to see how disruption in one industry leads to disruption in another.
The current cable model is so anti consumer. Its ridiculously expensive. There is pressure to buy bundles that you don’t want. You are paying for hundreds of channels that you don’t watch. Cable companies need to make the tough decision..change or die.
“Classic” brands have the challenge of driving relevancy with the next generation of shoppers before their core customer ages out. They need a deep bench. It’s difficult but brands like Champion sportswear, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Birkenstock have set a strong example of how it’s possible.
What’s not mentioned in the article is how last years viewership was uniquely depressed due to deeply held beliefs around players kneeling during the anthem and the reason why they were doing it. That emotion seems to have calmed a bit this year but it will be interesting to see how the trend behaves over the next couple of years.
Not too surprising. Apple’s inability and/or decision to not put a stake in the ground on voice, the tech that they introduced billions of consumers to with Siri, has left them with the iPhone as their only truly disruptive item. Their other offerings all reside in a very competitive space (tidal, Spotify, chromecast , amazon fire stick etc).
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