Kim has been a key player in the company’s continued enhancement of the TWC TV platform, with delivery of live and on-demand programming. A founding member of TWC’s Diversity Council, she informally mentors many women in the company. “Taking two-week vacations,” she says is the best way to maintain the work/personal life balance.


Where are the biggest growth areas for women in cable?

Placing more women on the lists of top-five compensated executives, as reported in our industry’s public companies’ 10-Ks.


Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance?

Taking two-week vacations. It enables me to fully immerse myself in what’s most important to me beyond the work place. The memories from those vacations keep my priorities straight throughout the remaining 50 weeks of the year.


Your favorite trick for unwinding?

An extra-large goblet of wine, together with the latest episode of “The Walking Dead.” There’s no better way to forget the stresses of the day than to watch people slash their way through a zombie apocalypse.

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O’Rielly Says No White House Conversations on his Positions

Michael O’Rielly appeared before the House Communications subcommittee Thursday in what may have been his last as an FCC commissioner.

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