Close Up: Arthur Minson
Time Warner Cable has promoted Arthur Minson to executive vice president and deputy chief financial officer. In this role, Mr. Minson will provide oversight of Time Warner Cable’s accounting, financial planning and analysis. Mr. Minson, previously senior VP of finance, joined Time Warner Cable in 2006. Mr. Minson arrived at Time Warner Cable from AOL, where he served as senior VP of corporate finance and development. At AOL, Mr. Minson was involved with financial planning, budgeting, mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Minson obtained his B.S. from Georgetown University in 1992, and his master’s degree in 1997 from Columbia Business School. He lives in Darien, Conn., with his wife and three sons.
Gena Ashe to VP/deputy general counsel, PBS, from senior associate general counsel, Darden Restaurants.
Mark Effron to president/chief operating officer, TitanTV Media, from senior VP.
Frank Friedman to senior VP/head of local broadcast, Optimedia U.S., from senior vice president/managing director, Optimedia Indianapolis.
John H. Idler to president/general manager, WTVD, Raleigh-Durham, N.C., from VP/general sales manager, WLS-TV, Chicago.
Shawn Killinger to program host, QVC, from senior producer/host, BabyFirstTV.
Patti Moreno to host, “Farmers’ Almanac TV,” from Internet video host.
Axel Escudero to director, corporate communications, MTV Latin America, from director, media relations, Cerveceria y Malteria Quilmes.
Richard Fisher to president, Premier Retail Networks, from president, RespondTV.
Juan Frontini to creative director, MTV Latin America, from same, Young & Rubicam.
David Giles to senior VP, VH1/CMT research, from VP.
Laurie Goldberg to senior VP, communications, TLC, from senior VP, public relations, CNN.
Kevin Hyman to executive VP, cable operations, Bright House Networks, from president, Tampa Bay division.
Marc Juris to executive VP/general manager, truTV, from general manager, Court TV.
Mark McGuire to VP, solutions delivery, Cox Communications, from executive director, enterprise applications.
Edward Sabin to chief operating officer, TLC, from group president/COO, Alchemy Television Group.
Claire Watts to president, U.S. commerce, QVC, from executive VP, merchandising, Wal-Mart.
Samantha Greene Woodruff to VP, strategy/business development, Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids and Family Group, from senior director, strategy/business development.
Andrew Farley to VP, affiliate sales, Castalia Communications, from network owner/operator.
Thomas Gewecke to president, Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, from executive VP, global digital business, Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Cherie Grobbel to VP, international finance, QVC, from same, Gamestop.
Tara Marshall to director, integrated sales, Sundance Channel, from sales director, ABC Digital Media.
Shelby Mason to VP, western sales, Disney-ABC Domestic Television, from director, Midwest sales.
Curtis Pace to VP, Midwest sales, Disney-ABC Domestic Television, from executive director, southwest sales.
Esther Ready to director, affiliate/strategic partnerships, Word World, from director, marketing, PBS Kids Sprout.
Charles Wing to VP, broadcast distribution, Castalia Communications, from founder, Wing Broadcasting.
Paul Bae to manager, digital media, KBCW-TV, San Francisco, from director, arts/technical ministries, First Baptist Church of Fair Oaks.
Jennifer Lyons to executive producer, “WGN Morning News,” from same, “WGN News at Noon.”
Lindsay Radford to news director, KSTP, Minneapolis, from assistant news director.
John Reiss to executive producer, “Hardball With Chris Matthews,” from same, “NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams.”
Maggie Rodriguez to co-anchor, “The Early Show,” from same, “The Saturday Early Show.”
Don Schwenneker to weekend evening meteorologist, CBS 2 Chicago, from meteorologist, WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh.
Wen Tung to writer/fill-in producer, KPIX-TV, San Francisco, from same, KNSD, San Diego.
Michael Williams to reporter, WFOR-TV, Miami, from late news anchor, WTVJ, Miami.
Sharrie Williams to reporter, WFOR-TV, Miami, from same, WVTM, Birmingham, Ala.
George Abdy to associate art director, Word World, from creative director/marketing manager, InspireWorks.
Arielle Basch to marketing director, Word World, from VP, strategic planning/business development, Kaleidoscope Marketing Group.
Ericka Butler to VP, sales/strategic planning, Entertainment Studios Home Entertainment, from director, category management.
Andrew M. Hunn to VP, affiliate sales, Sundance Channel, from director, national accounts, Rainbow Media Programming.
William Funk to senior VP, sports sponsorship and sales, Turner Sports, from VP, sports sponsorship and sales.
Susanne Smith McAvoy to vice president, ad sales marketing, Hallmark Channel/Hallmark Movie Channel, from marketing consultant, ad sales, Bravo.
Holly Miller to vice president, ad sales, central region, Comcast Networks, from director, ad sales.
Sonia Borris to senior VP, marketing/operations, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Marketing, from VP, marketing/promotions.
Elizabeth Brooks to chief marketing officer, Real D, from executive VP, marketing, GoTV Networks.
Steven O’Neill to senior VP, casting, NBC Entertainment, from VP, casting, Universal Media Studios.
Greg Slowik to chief financial officer, Word World, from chief operating officer/CFO, House Party.
Tracy A. Whittaker to head of creative development, reality, Scott Sternberg Productions, from supervising producer, “The Academy.”
Grace Wu to senior VP, casting, Universal Media Studios, from senior VP, casting, NBC Entertainment.
Trevor Frederickson to digital sales manager, WBBM-TV, Chicago, from digital account executive, WMAQ-TV, Chicago.
Tom Kingsley to vice president, engineering, MediaComm, from director, engineering/project manager, CNN.
Anne Myers to executive VP, managing director, Starcom MediaVest Group, from managing director, OMD.
Walt Ungerer to executive VP, corporate strategy/investor relations, Vyyo, from VP, corporate communications.
Ashley Woodworth to senior VP, marketing, CinemaNow, from VP, product, Move.
John Coletta to assistant VP, international legal/business affairs, BMI, from assistant VP, legal affairs.
Victoria Smart to director, membership department, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, from manager.
Jan 6, 2008 • Post A Comment
Close Up: Arthur Minson