Thesaurus / stream


Andrew Wheeler announced a stream of funding to help fix a pipe that collapsed in 2017 and caused millions of gallons of untreated sewage to spill from Tijuana into San Diego.
Uniquely, Nickmercs uses a controller instead of a mouse and keyboard, which has further popularized him among other controller players who crowd to his stream each day.
“The stream has dominated our lives since the mid-2000s,” Caulfield says.
As demand from marketers grows, publishers will start to take more control of their contextual ad revenue stream.
The surprising finding suggests birds might be able to seed lakes and streams with new fish, including invasive species.
You can’t debate the issue that you need income from your readers to be part of your stream of income.
In Utah, a warming climate is likely to lower how much water flows through streams and otherwise cut water supplies.
In the early days of Facebook’s video ad business, the only in-stream inventory available was on Facebook Watch, which Facebook tried to position as a source of high-end, original programming created by entertainment studios and media companies.
Additionally, networks enjoy a dual-revenue stream in traditional TV, thanks to the affiliate revenue they receive for each pay-TV subscriber that receives their linear channels whether those people watch their channels or not.
A pandemic-caused recession has led to massive disruptions in publishers’ revenue streams.


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