The first CableFAX Program Awards luncheon started with a boom, specifically Chris Berman’s induction into our Hall of Fame. The event was held at a packed National Press Club in Washington, D.C., and featured appearances by Retirement Living TV’s Florence Henderson and Discovery’s Chief Ocean Correspondent Philippe Cousteau. Also on hand was a special mystery guest, FCC Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate, who presented Ms Henderson with an award for her work on the digital transition. Caption I: BE HOME BLYLEVEN: CableFAX’s first Programming Hall of Famer, ESPN icon Chris Berman, is flanked by CableFAX: The Magazine‘s Seth Arenstein and CableFAX Daily‘s Michael Grebb.
Caption II: NOT RETIRING: Retirement Living TV host Florence Henderson joins Grebb, Arenstein and RLTV GM Patrick Baldwin. RLTV sponsored the lunch event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. One of its shows, Healthline, won an award in the Fitness/Health category.

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Talking ‘Trafficked’ with Nat Geo’s Monroe

Nat Geo’s eight-part docuseries “Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller” made its debut Wednesday night, offering up extensive reporting on the underground world of black markets. National Geographic Content

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