Podcast: State of the Internet amid coronavirus pandemic

With the nation in shutdown mode induced by the coronavirus pandemic, in-home media usage has soared, along with increased bandwidth exertion from students and those working remotely. Despite these pressures, connectivity has remained strong and consumers have expressed interest in adding more streaming services to their entertainment options, according to Craig Matsumoto, senior analyst at 451 Research, and John Fletcher, a media analyst at Kagan - a research unit within S&P Global Market Intelligence, who were both recent guest speakers on the latest episode of "MediaTalk," an S&P Global Market Intelligence podcast.

In the episode, Craig and John share their expertise on why the 
all the added usage did not break the internet and what trends they have seen in network-heavy and internet services in recent months. Mike Reynolds, an S&P Global Market Intelligence Contributor and host of MediaTalk, shared this post on the episode, and you can listen to the podcast below.
The MediaTalk Podcast can be found on Soundcloud or ApplePodcasts. Read all of 451 Research's content about the impact of COVID-19, including this report by Criag, on our microsite. Interested in more insights from 451 Research? Apply for Trial access to our Research Dashboard.

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