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Hey there, reader. Did you know the Super Bowl is coming up this week? Of course you know. Over 100 million viewers tuned in last year to catch the big game and while that is a decline in viewership compared to years prior, it’s still a lot of people tuning into a singular event. The showdown between my beloved New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams is a big draw for many, but if you are going...

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Meet The Team: Forrest

Invoke Sales Director, Forrest Sallee, brings years of experience partnering with clients to develop high-value solutions. He works with global companies to do real-time testing of UX/UI, ads, brand messages, and much more. Forrest is the current president of Puget Sound Research Forum, a fellowship of researchers whose work influences key marketing, business, and social decisions. He’s also constantly gaining followers on social media as he shares his thoughts on the power of shared experiences. When Forrest...

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The Cord-Cutting Phenomenon Part 2: Original programming should be a consideration – not only for streaming, but for traditional providers as well

This is the second in my two-part take on cord-cutting, based on data from our recent Invoke Live session focused on the topic. To read part 1, please click here. Looking at other side of the coin, those that say streaming on-demand providers have improved over the past 3 years often point to content as well. Namely, they point most often to original content: “They have added more and more shows as well as created original series,...

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The Cord-Cutting Phenomenon Part 1: Challenges and Opportunities for Programming Providers

Cord cutting (abandoning traditional wired pay TV services like cable, fiber, and satellite)  carries with it a ton of implications – for the customers themselves, for wired providers, for streaming and other non-traditional providers, for networks/content providers, for advertisers, and pretty much anyone that touches programming in some way. And because of this, the topic has been receiving a significant amount of attention over the past few years. Articles signaling doom and gloom for traditional...

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