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Terry Cordova Named SCTE Board Chair

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) has announced its 2014 Board of Directors. Terry Cordova, Suddenlink senior vice president and chief technology officer, was elected to serve as board chair.

Terry has served as vice chairman of the board and has held numerous leadership roles at a national level in SCTE.  Earlier his efforts were recognized by induction into the SCTE Hall of Fame, and he was named to the 2011 class of Cable TV Pioneers.

Since its beginning in 1969, SCTE has been dedicated to providing technical leadership for the telecommunications industry and serving its members through excellence in professional development, standards, certification, and information.

10/23/13 at 10:13 am

Suddenlink’s Irwin Receives Business Award

Suddenlink Marketing Manager Carrie Irwin recently received the Texas Business Women of Amarillo’s Emerging Professional Award.  In addition to developing community programs for Suddenlink, the Amarillo Globe-News noted, Irwin has served as a volunteer for March of Dimes, United Way, Big Brother Big Sister and Meals on Wheels.  In 2010, she was included on the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce’s Top 20 Under 40 list.

09/17/13 at 9:28 am

Suddenlink Earns Top Ops Award

For the fifth year in a row, CableFAX: The Magazine, a major industry trade publication, awarded Suddenlink the Top Operators Award for cable system community service programs.

“We’ve consistently been impressed with the number and variety of projects [Suddenlink] engages in and the seriousness with which employees from all parts of the business carry out their tasks,” CableFAX: The Magazine editors wrote.

Among the efforts cited were programs in Amarillo, Midland and San Angelo, Texas.

08/01/13 at 3:46 pm

Suddenlink Honors ‘Service Heroes’

Twelve Suddenlink employees recently earned the distinction of “Service Heroes,” based on their extraordinary commitment to serving customers, communities, and colleagues with excellence. Thirteen others earned honorable mentions. Read on to learn about the honorees.


06/26/13 at 9:06 am 1 comment

Suddenlink Earns Three Telly Awards

In Parkersburg, W.Va., Media Director of Operations Dave Howell (right) helps Senior Producer-Director Mitch Owen display a Telly Award for a commercial Mitch produced in 2012.

Suddenlink was recently recognized with three bronze Telly Awards. Tellys honor the very best film and video productions, online video content, and local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. The 33rd Annual Telly Awards received more than 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.

The St. Louis marketing team received Tellys for two 2012 campaigns, “Do the Math” and “Bullhorn.”  Suddenlink Media East, of Parkersburg, W. Va., received a Telly for the client commercial “Katz, Kantor, Stonestreet and Buckner.”

06/13/13 at 8:40 am

Suddenlink Tourney Nets $24K for Hospice

As reported in the San Angelo (Texas) Standard-Times, Suddenlink representatives this week presented a $24,000 check to Hospice of San Angelo (HOSA). The donation represented proceeds from the Suddenlink Tony Gibson Memorial Fishing Tournament held March 2. Shown are (left to right) special guest  Joe Thomas, host of Outdoor Channel’s “Stihl’s Reel in the Outdoors,”  Suddenlink System Manager Monica Kincer, HOSA Executive Director David McBride, Outdoor Channel Representative Christy Benson, and Suddenlink Business Operations Manager Corey Peddy.

The tournament, named in memory of avid fisherman and San Angelo Bass Club member Tony Gibson, is the biggest fundraiser of the year for HOSA.  This year’s donation was the largest in tournament history.

Since 2010, the tournament has raised $71,000 for hospice programs. Tournament winners and supporting sponsors are listed on FishTheOpen.

03/08/13 at 1:54 pm

Four From Suddenlink Named to NAMIC Boards

The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) today announced election results for its 2013 chapter officers. Among them are four Suddenlink employees.

Alphonse Jurarim will serve as secretary of the Houston, Texas, chapter. For the St. Louis, Mo., chapter, Chandni Thakrar-Ochoa will serve as president; Mary Porter will serve as vice president; and Katie Bruno will serve as secretary.

Founded in 1980, NAMIC aims to  educate, advocate for and empower multi-ethnic diversity in the communications industry.

01/24/13 at 2:29 pm

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