PR Newswire | August 20, 2020
As the pandemic continues to put a strain on the worldwide economy, one side effect is the sharp increase in online streaming content consumption. There is still uncertainty ahead, and it is unclear how soon society will get back to how things were before the pandemic. Yet, as millions of Americans adjust to working from home, new research from Comscore, evaluating media across platforms, shows engagement with streaming services and year-over-year in-home data usage have surged in the beginning of May 2020. According to the data, overall average in-home data consumption was up 33% during the first ten days of May 2020 compared to the first ten days of May 2019 (May 1-10, 2020 versus May 1-10, 2019). Another winner will be over-the-top (OTT) media services, such as those provided by Netflix or Hulu, with revenue forecast to be up 12%, equivalent to USD 6 Billion. Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: HHT), Chegg, Inc. (NYSE: CHGG), Perdoceo Education Corporation (NASDAQ: PRDO), K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN), New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. (NYSE: EDU)
HERE for Healthy Schools | June 25, 2020
Lysol today announced plans to invest more than $20 million over three years to expand HERE for Healthy Schools into every Title I* school in the U.S. reaching 15 million children by 2022. Through education, research funding and strategic partnerships, this program aims to minimize the spread of germs in the classroom.Starting this fall, Lysol aims to reach 50% of Title 1 schools with its Healthy Habits program, expanding to 100% by 2022. At Lysol, we know that the best weapon against germs is knowledge, which is why in 2012 Lysol created the Healthy Habits Program in partnership with the National Education Association (NEA) and National PTA. The Healthy Habits Program includes downloadable activities for teachers and parents of children grades K-5 to help them build illness prevention habits.
wmcactionnews5 | August 12, 2020
Thousands of Mid-South students will learn 100% online this upcoming school year. And that means there’s bound to be a tech issues or two. So now, schools are taking steps to keep their students plugged in. Throughout the summer, school districts have been distributing devices to students choosing to learn in an all-virtual manner but many are worried about what happens if that device all of a sudden just stops. Germantown Municipal Schools says it will have a tech support team to help out with any issues