Diversity to Kang is much like the Stone Soup story. “When working together with different ingredients, a greater good is achieved, especially during scarcity,” he said. Under his leadership, INSP has expanded its distribution with major operators including Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox, as well as with small and mid-sized operators through NCTC. Born in South Korea and raised in New York City, Kang began his career in finance before he became a talent agent for International Artist Agency. His entry into cable started with Court TV (now known as truTV).

What is the best business advice you’ve received?

Work hard, study hard and be coachable.

How do you define diversity?

Much like the Stone Soup story, when working together with different ingredients, a greater good is achieved, especially during scarcity.

How do you define success?

A deep desire for what you already have.

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