Cable Executive Management at Harvard Business School, sponsored by CTAM Educational Foundation, provides a world-class educational experience for high potential senior level executives from all disciplines in cable and media companies. Because the Harvard Business School offers unparalleled management education and features a cable industry oriented curriculum, the program continues to score unprecedented high marks by the class year after year.
Why Should You Become a Corporate Patron?
It’s good business.
The Cable Executive Management program provides world-class education for your senior executives. You can reward (and retain) your rising stars. Participation in the class will help your executives meet colleagues from other cable, programming and technology companies.
Corporate Patrons are guaranteed reserved seats in the Cable Executive Management at Harvard Business School program.
It gives you a leg up.
Corporate Patrons are granted the first option to reserve additional available seats via the priority waiting list.
Your Corporate Patron fee is tax deductible (501(c)(3)).
It’s valuable corporate recognition.
Corporate Patrons are regularly recognized in newsletters and the Web site. Your participating employees will be celebrated in trade ads.
It’s a way to support the industry.
The Corporate Patron dollars go to endowing the Cable Executive Management program. We use the funds to help the professors conduct research on the industry, develop case studies and protect the program for the future.
Corporate Patron Opportunities
As a 501(c)(3) Foundation, your onetime sponsorship fee is tax deductible in the US. And, to thank you for your support, the annual tuition fee of $9,635 per seat will be waived for you this first year.
Gold — Reserves 3 seats — $50,000
Silver — Reserves 2 seats — $35,000
Bronze — Reserves 1 seat — $25,000
You’ll be in good company! For more information on becoming a corporate patron, please contact email@example.com.
AMC Networks Inc.
Cox Communications, Inc.
Disney and ESPN Networks
Fox Cable Networks
Rogers Cable Communications, Inc.
Scripps Networks Interactive
Viacom Media Networks
NCTA – The Internet & Television Association
Showtime Networks, Inc.
Walter Kaitz Foundation
B&C – Multichannel News
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Madison Square Garden
Tribune Media Services
The Weather Channel Companies