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Biography for Rebecca Day

Rebecca Day, Senior editor of Consumer Electronics Daily and contributing editor to Communications Daily and Washington Internet Daily, joined Warren Communications News in 2010. She’s a longtime CE industry veteran who has also written about consumer tech for Popular Mechanics, Residential Tech Today, CE Pro and others. You can follow Day on Instagram and Twitter: @rebday

Recent Articles by Rebecca Day

Conn's Working Rebrand as It Looks to Reach Upscale Customers for Growth

Conn’s HomePlus is rebranding as part of a three-year strategy to grow its e-commerce business, enlarge its retail footprint and expand its reach to upscale customers, said executives on the company’s virtual investor day meeting Thursday. It’s in the “research…Subscribe to Read >>

Connected TV's 'Turbulence' to Persist, With Consolidation Rising: EMarketer

Consumers are flocking to streaming services, “and advertisers are following them,” said an eMarketer study on U.S. video trends to watch in 2022. The average North American internet user more than doubled the number of subscription VOD services they used…Subscribe to Read >>

FuboTV Wins EPL Rights for Canada in 3-Year Deal

Virtual MVPD fuboTV will be the exclusive streaming platform in Canada for England’s Premier League soccer league beginning this season as part of a three-year deal, it said Thursday. It will show all 380 Premier League matches live on fuboTV…Subscribe to Read >>

Online Holiday Spend Hit $295B Amid Out-of-Stocks, Inflation: Adobe

Consumers spent $204.5 billion online Nov. 1-Dec. 31, an 8.5% bump from 2020, amid inflation and billions of out-of-stock messages, said Adobe in its final 2021 e-commerce holiday sales season report Wednesday. December’s price increases marked the 19th consecutive month…Subscribe to Read >>

Voxx Q3 Revenue Took Hit From Chip Shortages, Production Shutdowns

Voxx fiscal Q3 revenue fell short year on year, as several OEM customers temporarily halted production due to component and chip shortages, said CEO Pat Lavelle on a call Tuesday for the quarter ended Nov. 30. Revenue was $191.9 million…Subscribe to Read >>