‘My son has watched Frozen 564 times.’

By: Andy Choi
Manager - Corporate Communications

More on digital habits with Libby Jacobson Fox and David Weissmann.

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On today’s episode of Up To Speed, Andy sat down with members of the communications team — Libby Jacobson Fox and David Weissmann — to talk through the results from the Verizon Look Forward study.

The study, which was commissioned by Verizon and Morning Consult, took a look at lifestyle changes brought about by COVID-19. The categories focused on included shifts in work, kids & learning, streaming, and retail and gaming.

Also be sure to check out Christy Pambianchi’s LinkedIn article about her thoughts on the study. Watch today’s replay to hear the entire conversation.

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If you have any questions, email them to live@verizon.com.

Click here for a transcript of the webcast.

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