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Multicultural Summit 2018

Photos from the 2018 Multichannel News/Broadcasting & Cable Multicultural Summit, held April 3 at New York's Stewart Hotel. (Photos by Mark Reinertson)

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NAMIC chair Joiava Philpott, VP of regulatory affairs at Cox, announces the 2018 NAMIC Vision Awards nominees during the Multichannel News/B&C Multicultural Summit.
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Taking part in the luncheon keynote “Taken From the Headlines: Why Multicultural TV Matters” (l. to r.): Philip Mena of Early Today and MSNBC; Juan Williams and Arthel Neville of Fox News Channel; and moderator Mark Robichaux, managing director of content for Multichannel News and B&C
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Diana Mogollón, senior VP and GM of Stage 13/Warner Bros. Digital Networks talked content development with MCN’s R. Thomas Umstead during the summit’s super session titled “Shifting Focus: A New Approach to Serving Viewers.”
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(From l.): Jesus Chavez of mitú, Juan Carlos Sosa of Cisneros Studios and Luis Romero of NBCUniversal took part in the summit’s programming panel, “How to Offer the Best New Content Options and Make Sure Audiences Are Watching.” 
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At the post-summit networking reception (l. to r.): Carlos Cabrera, Cisneros Media; Nicole Wang, International Media Distribution; and Bridgette Jean-Jacques, Frontier Communications.