Six Win CTAM U Scholarships

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The National Cable & Telecommunications Association and the National
Association of Minorities in Communications said Monday that they have partnered
to award six scholarships for NAMIC members to the upcoming CTAM Executive
Management Program.

The Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing hosts the
program -- known affectionately as CTAM U -- at the Harvard Business School.

The 2002 scholarship awards go to: Black Entertainment Television vice
president of programming management Veronica Hutchinson, Courtroom Television
Network affiliate-relations director Ziba Kaboli, MTV Networks affiliate
marketing director Daphne Leroy, The Weather Channel director of corporate
development Harold Lewis, AT&T Broadband director of corporate marketing and
product management Juliet Randall and ESPN regional director Leveto Squalls.

This year's CTAM U meets June 9 through 14. The scholarship program is in its
second year.