- Gemma Toner. Ryan, Leslie // Electronic Media;11/29/99, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p14
Profiles AMC Networks vice president of new media development Gemma Toner. Description of her responsibilities at the company; Work experience; Opinion on the biggest difference between sales and new media.
- Data Driver. // Multichannel News;1/30/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 5, Special Section p22
The article reports on Gemma Toner, senior vice president of marketing and business development at Cablevision Systems Corp. She leads Cablevision's research, audience measurement, retention and interactive advertising marketing functions and is also overseeing the design and execution of...
- Scoring in the suburbs. Quinton, Brian // Telephony;03/13/2000, Vol. 238 Issue 11, p22
Focuses on the contract won by Lightpath, a division of Cablevision, to bring broadband services in Westchester County, New York. Cost of the project; Linking county buildings in towns; Approval on the use of digital signatures; Effect of high-speed network in the county's economic strategy.
- Cablevision Unveils Optimum Select. // Communications Technology;Oct2009, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p13
The article reports on the interactive application Optimum Select launched by Cablevision Systems Corp. The application enables digital cable customers to have more interaction on product advertisements while continuously watching television programs. Senior vice-president Gemma Toner states...
- Sticking Clicks Into Ads. Spangler, Todd // Multichannel News;9/21/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 35, p23
The article reports that Cablevision Systems Corp. has introduced the Optimum Select service to its 2.9 million digital subscribers. The service let viewers request coupons and product samples and watch video-on-demand segments by clicking the select button on the remote controls during...
- MSO Mentality. Flanagan, Patrick // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Jul2000, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p43
Reports on cable companies' deployment of telephony and broadband communication systems in the United States. AT&T Corp.'s leadership in broadband deployment; Company's acquisition of TeleCommunications Inc.; Cablevision Systems Corp.'s focus on three markets. INSETS: Cable Modems Leave DSL in...
- Cablevision goes out-of-band for 50-Meg service. // CED;Aug2005, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p10
Reports on CableVision Systems Corp.'s use of out-of-band overlay technology from Narad Networks. Data capacity; CableVision's Narad-enabled nodes serving customers in Oyster Bay, New York; Features and capabilities of Narad's overlay technology.
- Cablevision and IP: A Case Study. Junkus, Justin J. // Communications Technology;Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p20
Cablevision Systems Corp. is a case history of metamorphosis from residential cable company to broadband, multi-market communications provider. In the early 1980s, the company was Long Island's cable TV service provider. In 1988, the company began deploying fiber optics as part of the cable...
- Cablevision Launches Pre-Emptive Attack On FiOS. // TelecomWeb News Digest;11/7/2005, p5
The article details the speed plan of cable operation Cablevision Systems for their broadband. The company, which claims a user base of 1.5 million broadband customers, says it will begin deploying its higher-speed services immediately, with full rollout of the new service levels complete...