Right Here. Right Now

November 2010
Multichannel News;11/8/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 42, p27
The article presents several leaders who had played a specific role in the transformation of cable television (TV) around the world. Christopher Albrecht who had spent more than 20 years at Home Box Office Inc. (HBO) was named as one of the entertainment industry's programming geniuses. Jeff Bewkes took control of Time Warner Inc. as chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) in 2008. Jon Stewart was known as a political satirist through his show on Comedy Central that focuses on world politics.


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