During Sanford Bernstein’s investor conference Wed, Charter’s new CEO Tom Rutledge stressed that while opportunity for significant growth in the marketplace exists, the focus must be on honing the company’s ability to execute. That will entail transforming the organization’s culture into a “revenue-focused, growth-oriented business.” More on Rutledge’s market share strategy, Charter’s infrastructure and content licensing by programmers.
More top stories from the 5/31/12 issue of CableFAX Daily:
* Phil McKinney was tapped as the next pres/CEO of CableLabs.
* Disney chmn/CEO Bob Iger defended the rising cost of ESPN and other programming during Sanford Bernstein’s investor conference Wed.
* Former Insight subs are part of the latest retrans squabble, involving Block Comm’s Louisville Fox affil WDRB and My Network TV affil WMYO.

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