By Walt Hickey Golden Age of Television Nielsen’s out with new projections that with lots of people staying at home, media consumption and television viewing could seriously pop. Nielsen’s analysis of other disruptive events — Hurricane Harvey in 2017 and the Northeast blizzard in 2016 — found that media consumption goes up nearly 60 percent in affected areas during crises. Take this nugget: the average American who works in an office watches 21 hours, 56 minutes of television per week. Meanwhile, the
I can see the Feds bailing out the airlines. Meanwhile, small local businesses will cease to exist by the hundreds (if not the thousands), and the Government will do nothing. It is completely unfair.