Maxwell joins Cable Television Hall of Fame |

Maxwell joins Cable Television Hall of Fame


DENVER – Breckenridge resident Paul S. Maxwell became a member of The Cable Television Hall of Fame last month with six other cable-industry giants at an induction hosted by The Cable Center of Denver. During his career, Maxwell founded or operated nearly 40 publications, including CableVision and Multichannel News. He is currently CEO of Media Business Corp., a publishing, databank and research company, and a columnist for CableFAX Daily, which he founded in 1989, and CableFAX’s CableWORLD magazine.Membership in the Cable Television Hall of Fame is an honor bestowed annually to those whose achievements have contributed significantly to the growth and development of one or more components of cable’s diverse industry and to the people, communities, organizations and institutions it serves. Maxwell joins 38 men and women who have been honored since 1998 for their significant and lasting contributions to cable telecommunications.

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