They argued in the documents, which I obtained, that Netflix risked missing a boom defined by “Empire” at Fox and “Black-ish” and “How to Get Away With Murder” on ABC. At the time, the memo estimated, only about two million Black households were subscribing to Netflix—5 percent of its total subscribers. It said that Black households were a $1.4 billion revenue opportunity and that few of Netflix’s top 100 shows, popular across other groups, were resonating with Black audiences. The memo cited “the (lack of) depth in our Black content catalog,” and said Netflix was spending more money on programming for British people and anime fans than for Black Americans. […] And they raised the question of whether Netflix’s algorithms, in organizing content by race rather than genre, were failing consumers. … [Read more...] about How Netflix could dominate the Black TV renaissance
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According to British charity Save the Children, the world’s poorest children are faced with a 'hidden education emergency' due to the COVID-19 crisis. Citing UNESCO data, it stated that almost 1.6 billion children were out of school by early April to prevent contracting or spreading the deadly viral infection. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Nearly 10 million children may never return to school after pandemic is over
Yang was the first to champion a universal basic income of $1,000 per month during his 2020 campaign run, a concept that seemed radical at the time, but has since been elevated as the coronavirus crisis rocked the economy. In May, Senators Kamala Harris of California, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and Ed Markey of Massachusetts introduced the Monthly Economic Crisis Support Act, which would provide $2,000 per month to every individual with an income below $120,000 for the duration of the pandemic, although the proposal has a slim chance of passing Congress. … [Read more...] about Jack Dorsey is donating $3 million to kick off a universal basic income program
"The rights issue is structured similarly to that of Reliance Industries where shareholders will have to make payments in three tranches. As the lockdown is gradually lifted, retail stocks seem to be in a rebound mode. The factors like manageable leverage, consistent execution capability, healthy cost-cutting initiatives and strong parentage might help ABFRL emerge much stronger from the current crisis," Gaurav Garg, Head of Research at CapitalVia Global Research Limited- Investment Advisor ,said. … [Read more...] about Aditya Birla Fashion’s rights issue opens, should you subscribe?
I [dog print] NY on a hoodie for dogs. There’s an I Jeter NY on a hoodie for humans. And of course, the aforementioned I Space Invade NY, I Wu-Tang NY, I Dog-Shitting NY, and the G-String Love NY. “‘I Space Invade New York’ makes no literal actual sense,” says Buchanan. But the brilliance of the design is that “you don’t need the heart to say ‘love’ if you use the form.” … [Read more...] about The ‘I Love New York’ logo is iconic. It’s also worth millions of dollars to New York state