It’s wonderful to see more examples of cable doing good in the community. Such was the case last weekend when The Sportsman Channel continued its collaboration with Safari Club International’s Sportsmen Against Hunger to feed the homeless with meat donated by local hunters. This latest event included members of those two groups plus cable industry volunteers and chefs from NY’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel. More than 150 homeless people at Grand Central Neighborhood Drop-In in New York City enjoyed the food (venison and buffalo chili) and the good spirit of the volunteers.

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Media Industry Not Backing Down from Pride Celebrations

For years, programmers and MVPDs have welcomed June with a slew of Pride Month-themed programming and initiatives, and that doesn’t seem to be changing despite recent backlashes against Target , Bud Light and others.

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