Enjoy Better: Time Warner Cable's Dr. Ingrid Simunic present TWC's home phone service, VoiceZone, at the Cable Show 2012."
Stewart has been reporting about media and technology subjects for more than 20 years, for publications including Multichannel News, CED Magazine and Kagan World Media. He was the founding editor of Cable World magazine; the author of Fast Forward: Video on Demand and the Future of Television; and the co-author of Planet Broadband with Dr. Rouzbeh Yassini. Stewart is the editor and publisher of ZoneWire.net, which covers the advanced television advertising marketplace.
Dr. Ingrid Simunic oversees Residential Phone and Wireless Product Management at Time Warner Cable. Since 2005, sheâ€™s been responsible for managing Digital Home Phone. During that time, Time Warner Cableâ€™s home phone customer base has grown from approximately 500,000 to over 4.3 million with nearly $2 billion in annual revenues and growing.
She spent over 5 years at a VoIP pioneering company VocalTec in the US, where she held a global marketing executive position and over 3 years at T-Mobile (formerly Eurotel) in Slovakia as head of marketing business planning.
Ms. Simunic is a Member of the Board of New York Women in Cable Telecommunications (NYWICT), the non-profit organization that creates bold, self-empowered leaders who transform the industry through advocacy and leadership training. She had also served on the board of Telio Holding ASA in Norway from 2007 to 2010.
Ms. Simunic writes for and has been quoted in many business and trade journals. She is a frequent speaker at the industry events, including the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Voice of Network Convergence (VON) and CableLabs. She is also an advisor to students of the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City.
Ms. Simunic is a national and New York member of the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM) and has been a judge at the CTAM Annual Mark Awards competition for marketing excellence in the cable and telecom industry.
She received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Management from the City University of Seattle, and both an MBA and a Doctorate in Philosophy in Business and Marketing from the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Ms. Simunic is an avid sports enthusiast, skier, runner, and a triathlete.