“Content” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Steven Madden, Ltd. (SHOO) CEO Ed Rosenfeld on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I can't think too much about, about the content of those discussions.
The New York Times
· What Students Are Saying About Quarantine Dating, Ghosts and Songs of Hope →
Stealing away for hikes seems to me as the least risk involved interaction, and for us touch deprived teenagers, necessary to remain content.
· Abercrombie & Fitch's (ANF) CEO Fran Horowitz on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
In addition, we also ramped up our Tik Tok content with current trends and lighthearted posts to make our teens smile.
· Pool Corp: Don't Jump In As Shares Are Just Too Expensive →
Click here for a two-week free trial and explore our content.
· Gladys Liu hits out at Beijing over Hong Kong national security laws →
One legislator, Ted Hui, was carried out after rushing forward with a large plastic bottle in a cloth bag that spilled its foul-smelling rotten contents on the floor in front of the president's raised dais.
· IPO Update: Warner Music Group Proposes IPO Plan →
Additional growth is expected to come from 'diversified services as they capitalize on vertical business opportunities to license brand name products and services, packaging consumer experienced around touring and live music, bundling music services with other online content services and more.'
· HBO Max was downloaded by 87K new users yesterday (Sensor Tower) →
But keep in mind that HBO Max isn’t an entirely new service, either from a content perspective (it bundles HBO’s library with a wide range of other TV shows and movies) or from an app perspective, since it was released as an update for the existing HBO Now streaming app.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Proposed Order on Social Media Could Harm One Person in Particular: Trump →
The draft executive order that Mr. Trump may sign as soon as Thursday would seek to strip liability protection in certain cases for companies like Twitter, Google and Facebook for the content on their sites, meaning they could face legal jeopardy if they allowed false and defamatory posts.
· Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN) CEO Rich Templeton Presents at Bernstein Investor Conference (Transcript) →
Can you review for us again how you think about the attractiveness of those markets versus where you were say 10 years ago, whether it's content or sustainability or barriers to entry or the long life and terminal value of those portfolios?
· Trump takes aim at Twitter employee amid crusade against company for fact check label →
Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., have suggested making changes to Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act of 1996, which provides those companies with immunity from liability for content users post on their platforms.