Kaitz Dinner Raises $1.7 Mil for Diversity

Sep 18, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The 25th annual Walter Kaitz Foundation dinner in New York Wednesday raised $1.7 million to support cable TV industry diversity programs, foundation executive director David Porter Jr. said.
Organizations supported by the Kaitz Foundation supports organizations including the Emma Bowen Foundation, the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications and Women in Cable Telecommunications.
Scripps Networks, Brighthouse Communications and Congressman Joe Baca D-Calif were honored at the event, which was emceed by Ingrid Hoffman of Food Network’s “Simply Delicioso.”
The dinner, attended by thousands including many of top cable and programming executives, has been held in New York for years as a part of a week filled with cable industry and diversity-themed events.
Next year’s dinner will be in Denver on Oct. 28.


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