Date: Jul 30, 2019
Since 2001, Channel Partners has conducted an annual State of the Market survey, asking for channel partners’ input on the variety and quality of the products and services available from cable providers, as well as what they like — and dislike — about cablecos’ channel programs. An in-depth look at the survey results is published each year in our “Cablecos & The Channel: State of the Market” report.
In this webinar, Craig Leddy, veteran cable industry analyst and author of the annual survey results report, and Channel Partners Editor-in-Chief Lorna Garey discuss this year’s survey, then take a look at past survey results and ahead to developing trends to create a “big picture” of the evolving relationship between cablecos and channel partners.
Craig Leddy is a veteran cable industry writer, speaker and market analyst, and a contributing analyst for Light Reading and Heavy Reading, which are Informa properties. Leddy founded Interactive TV Works, a media consultancy, to promote understanding of advanced digital services. He is a former editor of Cablevision magazine, senior analyst for The Myers Group and contributing editor for Multichannel News. He teaches the popular How Cable Works industry courses that include CTAM’s Advance Executive Education. He also founded and hosts the Interactive Case Competition, a leading case study contest for business students.
Lorna Garey is editor-in-chief of Channel Partners and Channel Futures. She has been in technology publishing since 1995, when she joined eWeek. Before coming to Informa, she was content director of InformationWeek digital media; previously, she was executive editor of Network Computing. Before joining eWeek, Garey served for six years in the U.S. Army as well as on the staffs of several local newspapers. She studied history at the University of Massachusetts and has been the force behind compelling articles and cover designs that have earned industry recognition, including Neal and ASBPE national awards.
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