HR Symposium

October 2, 2018





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We provide an industry-specific forum and analytics for HR leaders to enable business success.

Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association
Digital Viewing Continues to Change Compensation Landscape

Fifty-eight companies submitted data for CTHRA’s 2017 Compensation surveys against the backdrop of a changing marketplace. Digital is now the dominant distribution platform, with TV viewing eroding steadily. As a result, compensation pressure from the expanded labor market has intensified, and it’s not going away. “As these companies move into digital, they need to compete for new talent that is relevant to digital. We are seeing really different pay levels for digital companies, than we are for MSOs and programmers,” said Hali Croner of The Croner Company. This article highlights industry-specific trends in salaries, bonuses, LTI and more. [read more]

CTHRA Announces 2018 Board of Directors

The election results are in! Longtime board member Seth Feit (pictured), Group Vice President of Talent for Charter Communications, will lead CTHRA’s Board of Directors in 2018, and three new members will join the board: Katherine Barnett, VP of HR for Hearst Television; Julie Neimat, SVP of HR for Discovery Communications; and Rob Talmas, VP of Total Rewards for Univision Communications. Check out the full list of 2018 board members and officers [read more].

Mission Media: Free Resources to Hire Vets

Managed by CTHRA, Mission Media is the industry’s collective effort to hire and retain military veterans. Check out free online courses offered by PsychArmor Institute, best practices and valuable resources recommended by industry employers. You’ll find it all at


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