The Cable Center unveiled the members of its 2014 Cable Hall of Fame Honorary Committee this morning.
The committee members will serve as the official ambassadors for the upcoming Cable Hall of Fame event at The Cable Show and The Cable Center in Denver.
The members of this year’s committee are:
• Glenn A. Britt, committee co-chair, chairman and chief executive officer (retired), Time Warner Cable
• Michael T. Fries, international chair, president and CEO, Liberty Global
• Bridget Baker, Baker Media Inc.
• Nomi Bergman, president, Bright House Networks
• Matt Blank, chairman and CEO, Showtime Networks Inc.
• Ann Carlsen, founder and CEO, Carlsen Resources, Inc.
• Pat Esser, president, Cox Communications, Inc.
• Andrew T. Heller, former vice chairman, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
•Paul Maxwell, Media-Max Advisors
• Robert Miron, chairman and CEO (retired), Bright House Networks
• Tina Marie Pagano, ESPN
• Les Read, executive director, Cable TV Pioneers
• Bob Stanzione, chairman and CEO, ARRIS
“Thank you to these dedicated cable industry leaders for serving on this year’s Honorary Committee,” said Larry Satkowiak, president and CEO, The Cable Center. “We look forward to celebrating our six new honorees at the Cable Hall of Fame Celebration this April.”
The Cable Center will host the 17th annual Cable Hall of Fame Celebration on April 29 at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live, in conjunction with The Cable Show 2014. The event program will also include the presentation of the Bresnan Ethics in Business Award, honoring the late Bill Bresnan, to Nick Davatzes.