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First, it was the cable and satellite TV subscribers who started a movement by turning to the internet for entertainment. Streaming services got a big boost during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown as millions more Americans — desperate for distraction — willingly ponied up for paid subscriptions. Now, cable cord cutters find the streaming cord wrapped around their necks as they are strangled with rising subscription rates and extra fees. Will consumers walk away again?
Alissa Wilkinson — film and culture reporter for Vox
Kevin Westcott — vice chairman of Deloitte
James “Jim” Willcox — senior electronics editor of Consumer Reports
New Orleans natives are typically thought of as descendents of the Africans, French and Spanish who arrived on the Gulf Coast in the 17th century. But for nearly 50 years, the city has also been home to a community of Vietnamese immigrants who have added to its ethnic gumbo. Eric Nguyen gives us an intimate look at that community through the fictionalized lives of a mother and her sons in his debut novel, ”Things We Lost In the Water.” It's our May selection for Bookmarked: The Under the Radar Book Club.
Eric Nguyen — editor-in-chief of diaCRITICS
Web Extra: Eric Nguyen On How His Novel Fits Into Context Of Anti-Asian Hate
Under the Radar with Callie Crossley is a production of GBH, produced by Wes Martin and engineered by Dave Goodman. Angela Yang is our intern.
Our theme music is FISH AND CHIPS by #weare2saxys’, Grace Kelly and Leo P.