A Cable360.net Video Exclusive The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications‘ new survey on diversity found the cable industry lagging, despite good intentions. It was the talk of the Walter Kaitz Foundation gala fundraising dinner in New York (Sep. 13), where CableWorld‘s Seth Arenstein and CableFAX‘s Mike Grebb caught up with NAMIC executive director Kathy Johnson and NAMIC board members Patricia Andrews-Keenan (Comcast) and Lenore Washington-Graham (Scripps). Also weighing in: Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, president and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications; David Porter, executive director of the Walter Kaitz Foundation; and Josh Sapan, president and CEO of Rainbow Media Holdings.

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Producer: Shirley Brady
Interviewers: Seth Arenstein and Mike Grebb
Editor: Marnee Meyer
Video shot by Crews Control

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