Cabana's Prescription Makes H2 Healthy

Lafayette, Jon
June 2014
Broadcasting & Cable;6/30/2014, Vol. 144 Issue 24, p26
Trade Publication
The article features Emmy-nominated producer Paul Cabana and former head of programming for H2, History channel's smaller sibling. He grew up in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from Harvard University after which he went into advertising and later became a new media producer for "The Atlantic" and "Fast Company." He was tapped to run H2 whose one project "The World Wars" turned out so well it was aired on History instead.


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