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Eglon E. Simons

National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC)
As President and CEO Eglon E. Simons leads the association, working closely with its 16 chapters, he collaborates with NAMIC’s board, staff, chapter leadership and industry partners. A strong and progressive leader, Simons’ career in media and communications has spanned more than 30 years. Upon earning an MBA from Harvard Business School, Simons joined the staff at CBS New York. After holding several managerial positions, Simons concluded his 13-year run with the network as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the CBS Television Stations Division. In 1990, Simons embarked on a 21-year run with Cablevision Systems Corporation as Director of New York Sales for its Cable Networks unit. Simons began serving as Vice President and General Manager of New York Interconnect in 1992 and subsequently, was promoted in 1995, to Senior Vice President and General Manager. Simons was named Executive Vice President of Cablevision’s Rainbow Advertising Sales Company in 2002, a senior management role he fulfilled until his retirement from Cablevision Systems Corporation in 2011. View Profile

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Creative Consumer Research

With offices located in Houston, CCR offers complete field service covering Texas, Arizona and the surrounding areas. Large conference-style focus group rooms with one-way mirrors and large client viewing rooms. Taste tests, telephone interviewing, executive surveys, mall intercepts, door-to door interviewing, mystery shops, store audits, and computer capabilities available. Bilingual interviewing, moderators, and translators are available. CCR also offers project management for multiple city projects. ... View Profile

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