Creative Programming on Cable Television
This was part of the “First-Person: Influencers and Innovators on the Future of Media” session of the annual National Cable and Telecommunications Association Cable Show, held in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
A look at the creative side of the cable industry with Matt Weiner, the writer and creator of the AMC TV series “Mad Men” which would end its run in the next year after seven seasons. He talked about how the series had affected his life and career. He was joined by Joshua Sapan, who commented on changes in technology that had helped facilitate more attention to original programming. Melissa Grego moderated.
This was part of the “First-Person: Influencers and Innovators on the Future of Media” session of the annual National Cable and Telecommunications Association Cable Show, held in the Los Angeles Convention Center. close
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Melissa Grego Editor-in-Chief Broadcasting and Cable Magazine
Joshua W. Sapan President and CEO AMC Networks
Matthew Weiner Television Producer
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