AETN believes in Raven, so much so that the company created the position of chairman and elevated her to its lofty heights in April. Now she provides the strategic vision behind the corporate business and charts the company’s course. Her direction is paying off as evidenced by the phenomenal success of breakout shows like “Duck Dynasty” and her close working relationship with AETN wunderkind Nancy Dubuc. “It’s exciting to come to work every day at a global media company because no day is like the day before,” says Raven. “There’s always a new challenge.”
What’s your favorite part of your job?
It’s exciting to come to work every day at a global media company because no day is like the day before. There’s always a new challenge. I love working with the creative and business teams to set our course.
How do you define success in the workplace?
In the television business, we get invited into people’s homes on a daily basis, and our viewers vote with their remotes. That report card inspires the creative teams to do their best work.
What’s been the biggest story in cable this year?
The overwhelming success of “Duck Dynasty”—the surprise hit that has generated tremendous buzz and interest across the country!
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