Museum Honors Wright, Robbins


The American Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, N.Y., announced Tuesday
that NBC chairman Bob Wright and Cox Communications Inc. CEO Jim Robbins will be
honored at an Oct. 6 gala benefit for their "vision and innovations [that] have
dramatically influenced the moving image."

Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, a 2002 honoree, and NBC Entertainment
president Jeff Zucker will be the event's co-chairs.

Herbert Schlosser, the museum's chairman and a onetime NBC executive, said in
a prepared statement that the AMMI is "proud ... to recognize these two
executives for their positive and lasting contributions to the broadcast and
cable industries."