INSP's Airy: Seeking the Common Ground Between Lifestyle and Faith

October 2006
Multichannel News;10/30/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p34
An interview with Bill Airy, chief operating officer of the Inspirational Network (INSP) Inc. in the U.S. is presented. When asked about the reason of launching a broadband portal with a focus on lifestyle topics, he believes that it is a way to help cable operators communicate their products and services to the religious community. He discusses on how the INSP promote the cable operator's products, and the role of technology in delivering their message to the community.


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