Comcast Corp. cofounder, director and vice chairman Julian A. Brodsky is the winner of the 2004 “CTAM Chairman's Award,” the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing announced Monday.
CTAM said Brodsky is being recognized for his support of the CTAM Educational Foundation and CTAM's Executive Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Brodsky joined the CTAM Educational Foundation board of directors in 1997 and has served as its vice chairman since 1999.
“Over the years, Brodsky has spoken at CTAM conferences and provided guidance and support to CTAM leaders on the financial arena that controls the industry's success,” Showtime Networks Inc. executive vice president, creative and marketing and CTAM chairman Len Fogge said in a prepared statement.
“Brodsky has been a great friend and contributor to CTAM, and we're thrilled to recognize his extraordinary support,” Fogge added.
The award will be presented during a special tribute at the CTAM Summit, "Full Throttle," July 18-21 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.