Benchmarking Cable Benefits

Gibbons, Kent
July 2011
Multichannel News;7/25/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 29, p23
The article focuses on the 2011 Benefits Survey by the Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association (CTHRA) from 19 programmers and management services organizations (MSOs) on benchmarking benefits. Anthony Amato of Discovery Communications Inc. says that the survey took time and effort to respond and provide useful data on other programmers and multichannel providers. Moreover, CTHRA found that the 19 respondents offer medical coverage, medical costs, and retirement-savings plans.


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