A Cup of Coffee and a Newspaper
One of my favorite taste treats is a cup of coffee and a glazed doughnut. My second favorite thing with a cup of coffee is a printed newspaper.
So when Starbucks said it was going to remove newspaper racks from all of its stores, I was a little sad. I was happy when I opened my computer and found my newspaper was on my desktop. I’ve been a digital subscriber to the New York Times and my local paper for years. Reading my local paper in Italy was a hoot. But how will my digital paper go with my Starbucks? Bring on my latte.
Here are a few things to think about while you are enjoying your coffee:
- The New York Times reported a record circulation of 4.9 million people (combined print and digital circulations).
- The 2020 Super Bowl increased ratings and share and scored 99.9 million viewers. In fact, total NFL ratings rebounded this year.
- The Oscars had a bad night, year over year, but still was awarded nearly 24 million viewers (that’s more than “Game of Thrones”).
- And 37 million watched the State of the Union address on 12 networks. That’s lower than last year, but still a large number.