The Cable Center Honors Second Graduating Class Of Chinese Executive Media Management Program.Intensive Training Program That Enhances International Business
Relations and Practices Graduates the Class of 2001
DENVER, Aug. 15 /PRNewswire/ --
The Cable Center today announced the second graduating class of the annual Chinese Executive Media Management Program (CEMMP), one of the leading international fellowship training programs in the cable and telecommunications industry. Eight cable executives from China took part in a graduating ceremony at the University of Denver Background and rankings
The University was founded in 1864 as Colorado Seminary by John Evans, the former Territorial Governor of Colorado, who had been appointed by US President Abraham Lincoln. (DU), marking the completion of the first four weeks of the intensive six-week program.
"The Cable Center is honored to be a part of a program that serves to develop the future of international relations international relations, study of the relations among states and other political and economic units in the international system. Particular areas of study within the field of international relations include diplomacy and diplomatic history, international law, in our industry," said Ron Rizzuto, senior fellow of The Cable Center's Magness Institute and professor of the School of Finance at the University of Denver. "The CEMMP is exemplary of The Cable Center's dedication to developing programs that reach tomorrow's industry leaders and outlines the commitment to the ongoing growth of the cable and telecommunications industry. We are fortunate, too, to have such wonderful students who have committed to a semester's worth of work in just four short weeks."
"I am proud to speak on behalf of John J. Sie, whose endowment supports the Fellowship funding and makes this intense and vigorous program possible," said Robert Leighton Robert Leighton may refer to:
"We are proud to honor this years Fellows of the CEMMP," said Michelle Sie Whitten, president of Encore International. "Not only do we have the brightest Chinese managers in attendance, but we also have The Cable Center and DU's unparalleled ability to implement my father's vision to develop future media relationships between the U.S and People's Republic of China."
The CEMMP ceremony honored the Fellows, the program and the industry. Speakers at the ceremony included:
-- Mike Wirth, senior fellow of The Cable Center's Magness Institute and
director of the School of Communication at the University of Denver
-- Michelle Sie Whitten, president of Encore International
-- Donna Wilson, executive director, Special Programs, Office of the
Provost at the University of Denver
-- Jonathan Adelman, professor of the Graduate School of International
Studies at the University of Denver
-- Robert Leighton, president of Starz Encore Entertainment
-- Ron Rizzuto, senior fellow of The Cable Center's Magness Institute and
professor of the School of Finance at the University of Denver
Feizhou Wang, assistant executive of the English Channel English Channel, Fr. La Manche [the sleeve], arm of the Atlantic Ocean, c.350 (560 km) long, between France and Great Britain. It is 112 mi (180 km) wide at its west entrance, between Land's End, England, and Ushant, France. Its greatest width, c. at China Central Television and CEMMP student representative, spoke on behalf of the Fellows. "We are very grateful to John J. Sie for allowing us the opportunity to participate in the CEMMP. We have learned so much from what the program has to offer. To our benefit, the curriculum extended well beyond what we would learn in a typical classroom setting. We will be taking the knowledge, experience and skills we acquired through the CEMMP and work towards making the vision of our industry's future a reality."
The first four weeks of the CEMMP included intensive study at the University of Denver with a curriculum that included finance, marketing, business management, accounting, presentation skills and on-site visits to local industry leaders. After the graduation ceremony the Fellows began two weeks of field study in Washington D.C., New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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