The SCTE recognized some of the broadband industry's top professionals during Cable-Tec Expo 2000. Following are some of the honours presented at the annual awards luncheon on June 5: The Member of t...
July 1, 2000
The SCTE recognized some of the broadband industry’s top professionals during Cable-Tec Expo 2000. Following are some of the honours presented at the annual awards luncheon on June 5:
The Member of the Year Award was presented to Mark Millet of Cisco Systems Inc. The award was given in recognition of his training, guidance and instruction to SCTE members and industry professionals in the areas of DOCSIS and high-speed data deployment.
Adelphia Communications was awarded the 2000 Service in Technology Award for its innovative approach to combining its C-Lec operation with its traditional cable plant, as well as its plans for new service deployment.
The 2000 Field Operations Awards, which recognize individual ideas that enhance field operations, went to: Brian Frazier of Cox Communications (first place), Alan Bergman of Time Warner Cable (second place) and Bill Michitsch of B & K Communications (third place).
Bob Foote, recent past president of the New England Chapter, was presented with the Leadership Circle Award, which honours an individual who exhibits outstanding leadership, enabling the chapter to achieve its goal.
Keith Hayes of MediaOne was named as the recipient of a Personal Achievement Award.
Debra Gemme of Aurora, CO was the recipient of the 2000 Milton Jerrold Shapp Memorial Scholarship Award.
Cox Communications received the 2000 Chairman’s Award.
Dan Pike of Prime Cable and Bill Riker of the National Cable Television Center and Museum were inducted into the SCTE Hall of Fame.