CableFAX Announces Most Influential Minorities in Cable

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CableFAX Announces Most Influential Minorities in Cable - List revealed during Diversity Week at the NAMIC-CableFAX Breakfast

Every year, it seems like we get more nominations from increasingly qualified candidates as we consider our Most Influential Minorities list,” noted CableFAX Executive Editor Michael Grebb.

After considering hundreds of nominations, CableFAX has chosen an elite group of executives that make the cut as the leading trade publication’s Most Influential Minorities, Class of 2012. CableFAX and its industry partner the National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Cable honored these power players at a breakfast on Sept. 11 at the New York Hilton in conjunction with cable’s Diversity Week. To read about these top professionals and their contributions to the industry please check out the digital version of the magazine here: http://www.cablefax.com/cablefaxmag.

“Every year, it seems like we get more nominations from increasingly qualified candidates as we consider our Most Influential Minorities list,” noted CableFAX Executive Editor Michael Grebb. “While the industry still has much work to do on diversity—especially in the upper echelons of the executive ranks—the rising number and quality of candidates each year after year indicates good progress.” Added CableFAX Publisher Debbie Vodenos: “Not only has this magazine become an industry directory of sorts, but the insight gleaned from each profile is both inspirational and educational.”

CableFAX is the most trusted brand in the industry, providing cable executives with the most original, comprehensive and insightful overview of the latest industry news and strategic initiatives. CableFAX offerings include a wide range of resources for cable professionals, including CableFAX Daily, CableFAX: The Magazine, award programs, Webinars, special reports, networking events and conferences.

For more information, visit http://www.CableFAX.com.

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