Arbogast is often asked to contribute her expertise and insight on communications policy and regulation at events outside the company. The best—but toughest—trick in order to maintain a work-personal life balance is to say no, she says. “Learn to trust the competence of the people sitting next to you.”

 

Where are the biggest growth areas for women in cable? 

The great thing about this industry is that the growth areas are across the board we have women making their marks in all areas, programming, engineering, policy and investment.

 

What/who inspires you at work? What/who inspires you outside the office?

The integrity and decency of my colleagues and the fact that we are contributing to the economic growth of the country while making cutting edge products.

 

Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance? 

It’s simple, but tough: learning to say no. And learning to trust the competence of the people sitting next to you in both your personal and professional life.

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TV Using Digital to Feed and Extend the Brand

From reality to comedy to true crime, series with strong multimedia ties were in the spotlight at the recent Television Critics Assn press tour in LA.

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