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Julya Fridman
VP, Programming Data Analytics at Charter Communications

Profile

Julya Fridman joined Charter Communications as Vice President of Programming Data Analytics in 2017. Julya is charged with providing data-driven strategic recommendations to inform multibillion-dollar annual programming investment decisions. Under her leadership, her team utilizes big data analytics to develop comprehensive valuation models for a variety of programming options.


Julya joined Charter from A+E Networks, where she served as Vice President, Multiplatform & Distribution Analytics. She led the cross-platform analytics efforts across all A+E brands, including the measurement and valuation of content across all distribution platforms. In addition, she handled the evaluation and execution of new business partnerships with non-traditional content distributors, such as virtual MVPDs and Connected TV/Device manufacturers.

Earlier in her career, Julya led distribution research efforts at Starz Entertainment Group, where she was instrumental in the launch of Starz On Demand and the addition of three new channels to the Starz package. She has also held positions in Market and Competitive Intelligence at Comcast (formerly AT&T Broadband) and CenturyLink (formerly Qwest Communication).

Julya is a member of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), and a graduate of its Betsy Magness Leadership Institute. She is also a member of the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM), and a former co-chair of the Insights and Analytics Committee.

She received an MBA in business strategy from Yale School of Management and a B.S. in international business and marketing from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Agenda Sessions

  • Roundtable Discussions

    10:00am