Well, isn’t that special! Among her recent accomplishments, Thomas-Taylor negotiated Dana Carvey’s agreement for USA’s unscripted series “First Impressions.” A 14-year-veteran of NBCU, she handles high-level business affairs for several shows including USA’s “Mr. Robot.” Taylor-Thomas is also the lead business affairs exec for Syfy’s “Face Off.” She cites ABC’s “Scandal,” “American Crime” and “Black-ish” as examples of broadcast shows that best embrace diversity.

The technology that will most benefit cable over the next year is…
The HTML5 apps for third-party connected devices that will give consumers an attractive alternative to traditional “set-top” boxes for accessing their cable subscription content.

What television show/s – cable or broadcast – best embrace diversity?
“Scandal,” “American Crime,” and “Black-ish.”

Favorite charity organization you work with:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

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