BETHPAGE, NY—Cablevision Systems Corporation has promoted Lisa Rosenblum to executive vice president, government and public affairs. Rosenblum will continue to serve as Cablevision’s chief government affairs executive and strategist overseeing all legislative, regulatory and public affairs matters companywide, and will report to Cablevision chief operating officer Tom Rutledge.
As executive vice president, Rosenblum is responsible for directing Cablevision’s local, state and federal government relations as well as all legislative, regulatory and policy matters for the company’s business units, including its Optimum-branded digital video, voice and high-speed Internet services; its Optimum Lightpath commercial telecommunications services; the Rainbow Media national cable networks; Clearview Cinemas; and the company’s local media and programming assets.
In addition, Rosenblum oversees Cablevision’s nationally recognized education initiative, Power to Learn, which provides all K-12 schools in the communities Cablevision serves with free access to a full suite of digital video, voice and high-speed Internet services, as well as innovative online content.
Rosenblum joined Cablevision in 1996 as senior vice president of regulatory and legal affairs. Prior to joining Cablevision, Rosenblum served as commissioner and deputy chair of the New York Public Service Commission, focusing on telecommunications and competitive policies.