Enjoy Better: Time Warner Cable's Kevin Leddy and Greg Calvert present their TWC TV service for tablet, smartphone & PC at the Cable Show 2012."
Gregâ€™s cable career began with customer care and marketing roles at the former Time Warner Cable Houston division. After demonstrating an ability to lead successful product launches such as DVR and VOD at the local level, he settled into a corporate product management role and made the move to Time Warner Cableâ€™s New York headquarters in 2007. He has since spearheaded the MSOâ€™s introduction of multi-room DVR and the groundbreaking TWC TVâ„¢ apps for tablets and smartphones.
Kevin J. Leddy, as Executive Vice President, Technology Policy and Product Management, is responsible for the long-term technology plans as well as the new products and services for Time Warner Cable. Part of the Advanced Technology Group in New York City, Leddyâ€™s team manages a wide variety of video, voice, data, commercial and media sales products for the company, as well as the integration of the associated legislative and regulatory policies and initiatives.
Leddy joined Time Warner (then Warner Amex Cable) in 1980, and held various positions around the country before becoming the companyâ€™s chief marketing officer in 1990. In 1999, Leddy transitioned into product management and strategic planning, where he has made major contributions to the development of digital applications, including on-screen navigators, digital video recorders, HDTV, VOD, and wideband online services.
Leddy began his career with NCTA in 1977. Throughout his 30 years at Time Warner, he has remained an active participant in key cable organizations, including NCTA, CableLabs, and CTAM, and serves on various industry committees. A former chairman of CTAMâ€™s board of directors, Leddy has also served on the boards of Primestar, E! Entertainment Television and Polycipher.
Kevin received a B.A. in Government from Colby College and an MBA from The Wharton School. He lives with his wife and three children in Wilton, Connecticut.
Arthur Orduna is presently Chief Technology Officer, Canoe Ventures, LLC.
Arthur Orduna manages the engineering and technology team for Canoe Ventures. He helps drive the creation of shared technology processes and standards for more robust audience targeting, interactivity and measurement. For more than 20 years, Arthur has worked in the media and interactive TV industries where he has helped develop critical initiatives with standard bodies, industry organizations and providers. He is an active member of SCTE, chaired the CableLabs Working Group, which developed the EBIF technical specification for enhanced television, and is a long-term advocate of open standards-based technologies and other cross-MSO projects. Before Canoe Ventures, Arthur was a Senior Vice President at Bright House Networks where he was responsible for leading the development of new technology-based products and services for video, high speed data, voice and wireless. In 2009, Arthur received the Individual Leadership Award of the 6th Annual Awards for Leadership in Interactive and Multiplatform Television, which were presented at The TV of Tomorrow Show. This award is given to "an individual who demonstrated notable leadership in the interactive, multiplatform TV industry over the past year, and whose efforts helped move that industry forward." He is also a member of NAMIC and CTAM, from which he received a Rainmaker Award in 2005.
Telecommunications devices, lines, or technologies that allow communication over a wide band of frequencies, and especially over a range of frequencies divided into multiple independent channels for the simultaneous transmission of different signals. Broadband systems allow voice, data, and video to be broadcast over the same medium at the same time. They may also allow multiple data channels to be broadcast simultaneously.