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NICOLE BROWNING

THEN: President, affiliate sales/marketing, MTV Networks

NOW: As much a distribution diva as ever.

NEXT: Keep TNN affiliates in line as network changes focus from general-entertainment fare to men's programming.

JILL CAMPBELL

THEN: Operations VP, Cox Communications Inc.

NOW: Continuing to plug away at the only company she's ever worked for.

NEXT: Clear the way for Cox to offer video-on-demand, high-definition TV and more advanced services in her Midwest territory.

SHERITA CEASAR

THEN: VP/General Manager, subscriber network services, Scientific-Atlanta Inc.

NOW: Same spot, same mission of getting system customers well-heeled in digital channel and application deployments.

NEXT: Drive more services down those deployments, including interactive TV, personal video recording and home networking.

MIRANDA CURTIS

THEN: President, Liberty Media International

NOW: Still at her job—crafting more opportunities for Liberty abroad.

NEXT: Bring those prospects home.

SUSAN MARSHALL

THEN: Senior VP, AT&T Broadband

NOW: Left when AT&T Comcast merger was completed last November.

NEXT: Building a house in Steamboats Springs, Colo. As for new cable role: stay tuned.

CHRIS MOSELEY

THEN: Executive VP/worldwide marketing, Crown Media Holdings Inc.

NOW: This master marketer remains at Crown.

NEXT: Help push Crown-owned Hallmark Channel past the 50-million household plateau with expanded original programming, and launch a digital service or two.

SHEILA NEVINS

THEN: Executive VP/original programming, Home Box Office

NOW: Twenty-four years of HBO documentary/family programming output and counting.

NEXT: Another round of America Undercover
segments and assorted other documentaries.

ABBE RAVEN

THEN: Executive VP/general manager, The History Channel

NOW: Executive VP/general manager, A&E Network, after trading places with Dan Davids last fall.

NEXT: Reverse A&E's 2002 rating slump; come up with the post-Biography
signature show.

PAMELA THOMAS-GRAHAM

THEN: President/CEO, CNBC

NOW: Unchanged, in stock market parlance.

NEXT: Make financial news the buzz more cable viewers can't live without again.

BARBARA YORK

THEN: Senior Industry Affairs VP/chief administrative officer, National Cable & Telecommunications Association

NOW: Where else?

NEXT: Give Chicago an NCTA show to remember it by this June—the last one in the Windy City until at least 2008.

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