Years in Cable: 13
Education: BA, Harvard University, JD, Yale
Best Advice: Culture eats strategy for breakfast.

Stern fosters a culture that attracts and keeps quality talent in house, all while juggling management of product lines and functional groups. It’s a balancing act that will become a bit trickier if TWC’s people and products join those of a certain giant video distributor out there.

I watch the majority of programming on this device: TV. Always has been. Always will. Everything else is a poor albeit convenient substitute.

The biggest innovation in cable over the last year: Ethernet Anywhere

TV Show I’d most like to have a cameo in: I believe I’m already playing a bit part in the sequel to 30 Rock

Oscars or Grammys?Technical Emmys

The biggest innovation in cable over the last year: Current Season Stack

If someone forced me to cut the cord and only watch 3 over-the-top shows, they would be: I tried for a few weeks this year when I moved and couldn’t initially get Cablevision at my house, and it was awful. My family still hasn’t forgiven me.

The Daily


Peacock Flies to Roku

After weeks of tense negotiations, Peacock and Roku struck a deal that will bring NBCU’s streaming service to the platform.

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