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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

CEDIA, CTA Working Group Seeking Comment on 3 Residential Systems Standards This Year

CEDIA and CTA are seeking comment on three residential systems standards under the ANSI-accredited R10 standards body before year-end, with formal release slated for early next year, blogged Director-Technical Research David Meyer last week. Subscribe to Read >>

Electronics Company Partners With Rayva on High-End, Dolby-Based Offerings

Cortex VIP Cinemas, started in 2017 to bring high-level Dolby Atmos sound systems to home cinema, has partnered with Rayva, a turnkey home theater design and acoustics company, to give custom electronics dealers curated audio and design systems for…Subscribe to Read >>

Walmart Leads Black Friday Special Buys With Sub-$100 40-Inch TV; Cuts Ear Buds to $15

Roku and Android TVs headline the Walmart Black Friday 2019 circular released Thursday, led by Walmart's ONN electronics brand that slipped under the $100 mark for a 40-inch 1080p model and to $149 for a 50-incher; both are marked…Subscribe to Read >>

Q3 Subscriber Losses at 3 AT&T Services Were 80% of Pay-TV Industry Falloff, Says LRG

AT&T had a Q3 net loss of about 1.4 million subscribers across its three pay-TV services -- DirecTV, AT&T U-verse and AT&T Now -- vs. a net loss of about 295,000 subscribers in the year-ago quarter, reported Leichtman…Subscribe to Read >>

Disney Plus Stumbles Out of Gate With Users Reporting Glitches, Error Messages, Blank Screens

Disney Plus got a reality check Tuesday morning when Twitter lit up with disgruntled customers reporting service fails on the first day of its highly publicized launch. Disney Plus, aggressively affordable at $6.99 per month -- $12.99 in a…Subscribe to Read >>