The Denver-based Cable Center has named four new industry leaders to its board of directors.  Kimberly Edmunds, senior vice president, customer operations for Cox Communications; Peter Kalan, president and CEO of CSG Systems; Paul Liao, president and CEO of CableLabs; and Josh Sapan, president and CEO of Rainbow Media Holdings were elected to three-year terms on the board.

The Cable Center’s Board of Directors also includes:  Bridget Baker, President/Chairman, NBC Universal Television Networks Distribution; Char Beales, President and CEO, CTAM; John Bickham, President, Cable and Communications, Cablevision; Matthew Blank, Chairman and CEO, Showtime Networks; Sean Bratches, EVP, ESPN and ABC Sports; Ann Carlsen, Founder and CEO, Carlsen Resources; David Cohen, EVP, Comcast; Nickolas Davatzes, CEO Emeritus, A&E Television Networks; Brian Deevy, Chairman and CEO, RBC Daniels; Dwight Duke, SVP & President, Transmission Network System, Cisco; Michael Fries, President and CEO, Liberty Global; Andrew Heller, President, Domestic Distribution, Turner Broadcasting System; Jerald Kent, President and CEO Cequel III; Phil Lind, Vice Chairman, Rogers Communications; Paul Maxwell, Media Business Corp; Robert Miron, Chairman and CEO, Advance Newhouse Communications; Trygve Myhren, President, Myhren Media; Larry Satkowiak, President and CEO, The Cable Center; Peter Stern, EVP, Chief Strategy Officer, Time Warner Cable; David Van Valkenburg, Chairman, Balfour Associates; Italia Commisso Weinand, SVP, HR and Programming, Mediacom Communications Corporation; Michael Willner, Vice Chairman and CEO, Insight Communications; Barbara York, SVP, Industry Affairs, NCTA; and David Zaslav, President and CEO, Discovery Communications.

The Daily

Subscribe

Cable Pioneers Headed to Primetime

With the pandemic putting a kibosh on the annual Pioneers’ banquet, the 22-member class will be inducted via a ceremony carried on C-SPAN 3 Dec 4 at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

Read the Full Issue
The Skinny is delivered on Tuesday and focuses on the cable profession. You'll stay in the know on the headlines, topics and special issues you value most. Sign Up