A Cable360.net Video Exclusive The New York chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications held its annual Executive Women’s Luncheon during the cable industry’s diversity week in New York (Sept. 11-15). The panel, moderated by NCTA SVP Rob Stoddard, was a lively event where Bravo president Lauren Zalaznick coined a tongue-in-cheek phrase to spur diversity: "the cable retirement disease." The thought-provoking panel also included Advance/Newhouse EVP Nomi Bergman; Mediacom SVP Italia Commisso Weinand; and SOAPnet EVP and general manager Deborah Blackwell.

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Producer: Shirley Brady
Editor: Marnee Meyer
Video shot by Crews Control

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