About UsCableFAX: The Magazine is published four times a year, written with the same zest and vigor readers have come to expect from CableFAX Daily. All Issues are true coffee-table publications that are received with great anticipation, generating much industry buzz. You never know who or what is going to make the cut on our various awards and honors lits. (And remember - those who do will show the magazine - and your ad - to everyone they know!)
Each issue of CableFAX: The Magazine has a circulation of 12,000 copies in print and 40,000 in e-media efforts, which include all CableDAX Daily subscribers and industry trade press. CableFAX: The Magazine is distributed at the following industry events through out the year:
Executive Editor of CableFAX Daily, Mike Grebb contributes to CableFAX: The Magazine, oversees content at cablefax.com and co-hosts CableFAX's awards events and video shows with Seth Arenstein. Over the last 12 years, he has written extensively about the cable industry, telecommunications, the Internet, and general information technology and business issues for such magazines and Web sites as Wired, Wired News, Business 2.0, Silicon Alley Reporter, Upside, Forbes, Variety, Billboard, Bank Technology News, U.S. Banker, Wireless Week, CableVision and Multichannel News, among others. His expertise includes consumer electronics, the media, the music industry, e-commerce, B2B/e-business, interactive television, online marketing, broadband/telecom infrastructure, and regulatory and legislative issues. Mike is a musician and songwriter whose first solo record, Resolution, was released in February 2005.
Editor-in-Chief of CableFAX Daily, Amy Maclean contributes periodically to issues of CableFAX: The Magazine. Before joining Access Intelligence (then PBI Media) in 2000, Amy was a reporter in the Atlanta and Montgomery, AL, bureaus of the Associated Press, covering politics, education and other topics. Her articles appeared in papers across the country and sometimes the world. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Amy has written for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Macon (GA) Telegraph.
Community Editor, CableFAX
Before joining CableFAX, Kaylee was an editor for event and publishing company Red7Media, acquired by Access Intelligence in March 2011. She has written and edited for pubs such as Filmmaker Magazine, Shecky's, PR News, Meetings & Conventions Magazine and ESPN The Magazine. In her free time she volunteers for Roots of Development, an NGO which supports community-driven development in rural Haiti. She also sings and plays the bass guitar.
Stephen R. Effros
An attorney by trade, Steve's popular "Think About That for a Minute" column appears periodically in CableFAX Daily. He is president of Effros Communications, a strategic communications and consulting firm, and previously was president of the Cable Telecommunications Association (CATA) for 23 years until it merged with NCTA in 1999. While with CATA, he was known for his periodic-and often controversial-CATA faxes. From 1971-76 Steve was at the FCC's Cable Bureau, writing the original federal rules on cable. In 1999, Steve received CableVision magazine's "Image Maker" Award and was the recipient of NCTA's first Vanguard Award for Government and Community Relations. In addition, he's received a President's Award from CTPAA.
Catherine Applefeld Olson
Cathy has been following the cable industry since 1994 when she covered cable and interactive television at the Telecom Publishing Group and Telecommunications Reports. While at TPG, she authored the book Inside TCI. In addition to writing for CableFAX Daily and CableFAX: The Magazine, Cathy is a contributing editor at Billboard and Medialine, and writes about TV, film and music for Child and home technology for Home + Design. She has also written for The Hollywood Reporter and CES' Vision magazine.
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