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2019 Honorees


Jean Dietze
Jean Dietze
President, Affiliate Relations, NBC Broadcasting

Jean Dietze

Jean Dietze

Jean Dietze is President, Affiliate Relations, NBC Broadcasting, a position she has held since 2015.  Dietze serves as the network’s chief liaison with its affiliated stations nationwide.  

Before her elevation to President, Dietze was appointed Executive Vice President, Affiliate Relations when Comcast purchased NBCU in 2011. Previously she was Senior Vice President of Affiliate Relations from 2009 and served as Vice President of the team from 1992.   

Dietze has spent her entire professional career at NBC starting as a secretary in the sales department in 1973 before moving to the Sales Service area when the company was owned by RCA. Under General Electric’s ownership of NBC she served as Vice President, TV Network Services until 1992.  She was responsible for the tracking and servicing of station clearances, sales inventory and advertiser billing.       

Dietze is a graduate of Fordham University in the Bronx.  She lives in Ramsey, NJ, with her husband of 44 years, Carl.  She is the mother of Michael who works for NBC Sports in Stamford, CT, and of Carl J., who was a police officer in Washington, D.C., and tragically passed away in 2007 at the age of 25.   

Upon retirement from NBC this year, Dietze plans on expanding her involvement with the Shriners Hospitals for Children and with the Salesians of Don Bosco.

Michael Fiorile
Michael Fiorile
Chairman and CEO, Dispatch Printing Company

Michael Fiorile

Michael Fiorile

Michael J. Fiorile is Chairman, President and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company. He is Chairman and CEO of Dispatch Broadcast Group, which includes WBNS-TV, WBNS-AM/FM and Ohio News Network in Columbus; and WTHR-TV and WALV-CD in Indianapolis. He also serves as Chairman of Capitol Square Ltd. (real estate).

He currently serves on the following boards: Television Operators Caucus, Broadcast Music, Inc. (Chair), National Association of Broadcasters and Broadcasters Foundation of America. He has also served on both the CBS and NBC Affiliate Associations as Chair.

Active in community affairs, Michael currently serves on the boards of Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Columbus Partnership and Ohio Business Roundtable. He is Past Chair of CelebrateOne.

He is a member of the board of directors of State Auto Mutual Insurance Companies and State Auto Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: STFC), headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. He is also a member of the board of directors of Beasley Broadcast Group (NASDAQ: BBGI), headquartered in Naples, Florida.

Michael graduated cum laude from Boston College with a B.A. in Communications.

He and his wife, Karen, reside in Columbus. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

Greg Maffei
Greg Maffei
President & CEO, Liberty Media Corporation

Greg Maffei

Greg Maffei

Greg Maffei oversees the Liberty family of companies as they compete in the digital mobile era.  Liberty's stocks have consistently outperformed the indexes and peers.  Liberty Media ranked #7 in Fortune’s 2019 World’s Most Admired Companies in the Media & Entertainment Industry.

Maffei serves as President and CEO of Liberty Media Corporation, which owns media and entertainment businesses, including subsidiaries Formula 1, SiriusXM and the Atlanta Braves, and an interest in Live Nation Entertainment. He is President and CEO of Liberty Broadband Corporation, which consists primarily of a 25% voting stake in Charter Communications, as well as President and CEO of GCI Liberty, whose principal assets consist of its subsidiary GCI and interests in Charter Communications and Liberty Broadband. Maffei also serves as Chairman and CEO of Liberty TripAdvisor, which holds a controlling interest in TripAdvisor.

In addition, Maffei serves as Chairman of Qurate Retail, Inc., which owns digital commerce businesses, including subsidiaries QVC, HSN, zulily and the Cornerstone Brands. Maffei also serves as Chairman of the Liberty-related companies Live Nation Entertainment, SiriusXM and TripAdvisor, and as a Director of Charter Communications and Zillow.

Prior to joining Liberty in 2005, Maffei served as Co-President of Oracle, Chairman and CEO of 360networks, and CFO of Microsoft.  He has also served as a Director of Barnes & Noble, Citrix, DIRECTV, Dorling Kindersley, Electronic Arts and Starbucks and was Chairman of Expedia and Starz.

Maffei is a member of the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College and Council on Foreign Relations.  He has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and an AB from Dartmouth College.

David Nevins
David Nevins
Chairman & CEO, Showtime Networks

David Nevins

David Nevins

David Nevins serves as Chief Creative Officer, CBS Corporation. He is responsible for oversight of programming, marketing and research across CBS Television Studios, the CBS Television Network’s Entertainment division, Showtime Networks and, in conjunction with CBS Interactive, programming for CBS All Access. He also oversees CBS’ interest in The CW, a joint venture between CBS Corporation and Warner Bros. Entertainment. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Showtime Networks Inc., David Nevins has oversight of all aspects of Showtime Networks Inc. and its channels. Nevins manages the Company’s programming, distribution, business development, finance, marketing, creative, digital media, scheduling, research, acquisitions, network operations, home entertainment, business affairs and corporate communications teams, as well as SHOWTIME Sports® and Smithsonian Networks. He also works closely with CBS Corporation’s international and domestic distribution groups on the monetization of Showtime Networks content around the world. Under his leadership, SHOWTIME launched its stand-alone streaming service, along with countless hit series, including the critically acclaimed originals HOMELAND, BILLIONS, RAY DONOVAN, SHAMELESS, THE AFFAIR, SMILF, PATRICK MELROSE, KIDDING, ESCAPE AT DANNEMORA, THE CIRCUS, THE CHI and TWIN PEAKS.

Before joining Showtime Networks, Nevins served as President of Imagine Television from 2002-2010, where he oversaw development, production and was an executive producer on all Imagine Television shows. Under his leadership, Imagine produced “Arrested Development,” which won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, and “24,” which won for Outstanding Drama Series. He also developed the critically acclaimed series “Friday Night Lights,” which received honors from the American Film Institute (AFI) for Television Program of the Year and the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award.  Prior to joining Imagine, Nevins served as Executive Vice President of Programming at Fox Broadcasting Company. He oversaw all development and current programming for such series as “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” as well as the Emmy and Golden Globe® Award-winning first season of “24.” Previously, Nevins served as Senior Vice President, Primetime Series at NBC, where he was responsible for the development and creative supervision of such renowned dramas and comedies as “ER,” “The West Wing,” “Will & Grace,” “Homicide: Life on the Street” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

In 2014 Nevins was awarded the prestigious Vanguard Award for Programmers, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association’s (NCTA) top honor. He serves on various industry boards, including the HRTS Board of Directors, the George Foster Peabody Awards Board of Advisors, the Paley Center Los Angeles Board of Governors, and is on the ATAS Executive Committee. Nevins currently serves as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Friends of the Saban Community Clinic, who honored him with the Leadership Award at their annual Gala in 2013. In 2016 Nevins was honored with the Dorothy and Sherrill C. Corwin Human Relations Award from the American Jewish Committee Los Angeles. Nevins graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. He and his wife, Andrea, live in Los Angeles with their daughter and two sons.

Armando Nunez
Armando Nunez
President & Chief Executive Officer, CBS Global Distribution Group

Armando Nunez

Armando Nunez

Armando Nuñez is President and Chief Executive Officer for the CBS Global Distribution Group, and Chief Content Licensing Officer for CBS Corporation. He reports to Joe Ianniello, President and Acting Chief Executive Office, CBS Corporation.

As CBS’ top global executive, Nuñez oversees all content licensing of CBS-owned programming to domestic and international distribution partners across all platforms: cable, broadcast and streaming services. He is responsible for monetizing a growing portfolio of original content that airs on the CBS Television Network, The CW, CBS All Access, SHOWTIME and non-CBS platforms, as well as a library of more than 70,000 hours of programming. CBS Global Distribution Group has 15 offices worldwide.

In this role, Nunez also has oversight of CBS Television Distribution, which produces and distributes seven of the top 10 first-run shows in syndication, including industry-leading franchises such as ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, DR. PHIL, INSIDE EDITION, RACHAEL RAY, WHEEL OF FORTUNE, JEOPARDY! and JUDGE JUDY.

Nuñez has led CBS’ international media business since 1999. He originally joined CBS as President of what was then CBS Broadcast International in July 1999 and assumed the additional title of Executive Vice President, CBS Enterprises in January 2000. He also led CBS’ combined domestic syndication and international operations from 2012-2016. For the past two years, he focused on CBS’ rapidly expanding international business as head of CBS Studios International, one of the biggest growth engines for the Company.

Under Nuñez’s supervision, CBS Studios International has grown to distribute a comprehensive slate of top-rated, critically acclaimed programming in every genre. The international operation licenses programming across all media platforms in more than 200 countries in more than 60 languages. The division manages 11 channel ventures covering 109 territories and supervises the Company’s ownership of Network 10 in Australia (which he was instrumental in helping acquire). It also focuses on international co-productions and local content production, and coordinates with CBS Interactive to support the Company’s global rollout of CBS All Access.

Nuñez has held senior leadership positions in international media for more than 25 years. Prior to joining CBS, he served as President, Universal International Television. From 1994 to 1997, Nuñez was President, New World International Television Distribution. From 1992 to 1994, Nuñez was Executive Vice President, International Sales, Viacom Entertainment.

Nuñez has been named to multiple “power” lists (including The Hollywood Reporter and Hispanic Business Magazine) as a major television influencer. Recently, he was named to Variety’s “Dealmakers” list for 2018. Most notably, he was one of the first recipients of the inaugural MIPTV Médaille d’Honneur, which recognized six international television executives, including his father, Armando Nuñez Sr., for their achievements in the industry. At the same time, Nuñez received the City of Cannes Gold Medal at Cannes City Hall in a ceremony hosted by Mayor Bernard Brochand.

Nuñez is a member of the board and co-chair of the global committee of NATPE International, as well a member of the board and executive committee of the International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). In addition, he is currently on the board of trustees of Fordham University and was formerly on the board of visitors of the George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University.

A native of New York, Nuñez graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and management.

Mike O'Neill
Mike O'Neill
President & CEO, BMI

Mike O'Neill

Mike O'Neill


Meredith Vieira
Meredith Vieira
Host, Co-Host

Meredith Vieira

Meredith Vieira

Meredith Vieira is a 15-time Emmy Award-winning host, executive producer and anchor.  Later this year, she will host the Fox-syndicated game show 25 Words or Less. In 2018, Meredith served as co-host of PBS and BBC’s Royal Wedding Watch and as host of the PBS series The Great American Read.  She served as executive producer on the award-winning documentaryTOWER, released in October 2016. Vieira hosted and served as executive producer on her own nationally syndicated daytime talk show, titled The Meredith Vieira Show, which premiered in September 2014 and ran for two seasons.  Previously, she received critical acclaim for her hosting of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The Today Show, and The View.  As host of Millionaire,Vieira became the longest-standing female game show host in history.  She is also a member of an elite group to have anchored or hosted programs on 5 broadcast networks. Early in her career, Vieira spent more than a decade at CBS News, garnering five Emmy Awards for her work as an editor on the news magazines 60 Minutes and West 57th.  Vieira founded and is CEO of Meredith Vieira Productions, which develops and produces film, television, and theatre.  A native of Providence, R.I., Vieira received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University in Medford, Mass.  She has three children, Ben, Gabe, and Lily, with her husband, best-selling author and journalist Richard Cohen.





Now in its 27th season, Dateline NBC is NBC’s longest running primetime show. The series premiered in 1992. The show is anchored by Lester Holt and features correspondents Andrea Canning, Josh Mankiewicz, Keith Morrison and Dennis Murphy. David Corvo is the senior executive producer and Elizabeth Cole is the executive producer.

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Be part of one of the industry's premier events as we honor the pioneers, innovators, stars and shows who have helped build the industry. The 29th Annual Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame will be celebrated at the Ziegfeld Ballroom on October 29, 2019. Cocktails start at 5:30 PM and a formal dinner is served at 6:30 PM.

More than 800 decision makers in the broadcast, cable TV and other media industries attend each year, and our Class of 2018 will join the list of over 350 members in our Hall of Fame Honor Roll. Past honorees include Larry King, Ted Koppel, Robert Kraft, Brian Roberts, Diane Sawyer, Alex Trebek, Oprah Winfrey and many more. They represent the very best our industry has to offer and we can’t wait to celebrate with our new Class of 2019.


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