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CABLE SHOW 2014 -- DAY 1

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At the Hallmark Channel booth (l. to r.): Ed Georger, EVP; Andy Rooke, CFO; Catherine Bell of The Good Witch; Randy Pope, SVP, programming; Susanne McAvoy, EVP, marketing, creative services and communications; and Darren Melameth, SVP, program planning and acquisitions.
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PAR Excellence Awards and PAR Best Companies for Women winners at the WICT Signature Luncheon (l. to r.): Jerry Kent, Suddenlink; Nomi Bergman, Bright House Networks; Jill Campbell, Cox; Maria Brennan, WICT president; Pat Esser, Cox president; Martha Soehren and David L. Cohen, Comcast; Debbie Stang, Midcontinent Communications; Suzanne Kolb, E!; Kelly Regal, Turner; Mary Meduski, Suddenlink; Gary Marsh, Disney Channels Worldwide; Bill Goodwyn, Discovery; Gail MacKinnon, Time Warner Cable; and Ken Lowe, CEO, Scripps Networks.
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Jeff Cuban, Sue Hamilton and Charles Hirschhorn of AXS TV.
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Cole Reinwand (l.) of Comcast and Steve Effros of Effros Communications on the show floor.
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti welcomes attendees during the Opening General Session.
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Gary Underwood (l.) , senior director, regional government relations, and Maureen Huff, VP of public relations, Time Warner Cable, at the Cable Show Media Reception.
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The University of California-Los Angeles marching band provided fanfare prior to Tuesday’s Opening General Session.
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NCTA CEO Michael Powell addresses contestants in the Cable Show’s “Imagine Park Film Challen ge.”
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Sandy Brown (l.), CEO of ONE World Sports, and cricket commentator Mike Haysman were staging off the “Ultimate Cricket Raffle” of a trip to London.
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At the Hallmark Channel booth (l. to r.): Ed Georger, EVP; Andy Rooke, CFO; Catherine Bell of The Good Witch; Randy Pope, SVP, programming; Susanne McAvoy, EVP, marketing, creative services and communications; and Darren Melameth, SVP, program planning and acquisitions.
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PAR Excellence Awards and PAR Best Companies for Women winners at the WICT Signature Luncheon (l. to r.): Jerry Kent, Suddenlink; Nomi Bergman, Bright House Networks; Jill Campbell, Cox; Maria Brennan, WICT president; Pat Esser, Cox president; Martha Soehren and David L. Cohen, Comcast; Debbie Stang, Midcontinent Communications; Suzanne Kolb, E!; Kelly Regal, Turner; Mary Meduski, Suddenlink; Gary Marsh, Disney Channels Worldwide; Bill Goodwyn, Discovery; Gail MacKinnon, Time Warner Cable; and Ken Lowe, CEO, Scripps Networks.
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Jeff Cuban, Sue Hamilton and Charles Hirschhorn of AXS TV.
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Cole Reinwand (l.) of Comcast and Steve Effros of Effros Communications on the show floor.
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti welcomes attendees during the Opening General Session.
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Gary Underwood (l.) , senior director, regional government relations, and Maureen Huff, VP of public relations, Time Warner Cable, at the Cable Show Media Reception.
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The University of California-Los Angeles marching band provided fanfare prior to Tuesday’s Opening General Session.
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NCTA CEO Michael Powell addresses contestants in the Cable Show’s “Imagine Park Film Challen ge.”
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Sandy Brown (l.), CEO of ONE World Sports, and cricket commentator Mike Haysman were staging off the “Ultimate Cricket Raffle” of a trip to London.