Former Chairman and CEO, Time Warner, Inc., 1999 Cable Hall of Fame
There is in fact this quiet revolution taking place in what I would guess would be in excess of 2 million homes today receiving one form or another of pay cable service
Gerald M. Levin, retired Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Inc., is a graduate of Haverford College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Levin, who pioneered the creation of Home Box Office through satellite distribution, also spearheaded Time Warner's agreement to merge with Turner Broadcasting System and America On Line. He is widely recognized for his leadership in the development of digital, interactive communications. Presently Mr. Levin is an advisor in the creation of a holistic, mental health institute in California.