Some corrections please
Wish I'd seen this article when it appeared. I worked for Milton Shapp for five years, Alfred Stern at Warner Cable for five years and Irving a Kahn for 20 years. I was PR VP and speechwriter for all of them Irving was the genius you said he was but it wasn't Irving who pioneered putting the antenna on the mountaintop. It was Milton Shapp and Bob Tarlton in Lansford, PA. And it wasn't Gus Hauser who came up with the idea for two-way TV. That was way in the works before he joined what was then Warner Cable. I was at Warner when Gus joined. And it wasn't HBO that pioneered the origibal concept for what us now premium cable. That wasAlfred Stern, who created Gridtronucs, the very first such undertaking. It was Alfred who made the breakthrough of getting the movie studio heads to sit down together and agree to orovides programming. I was there for all if these happenings. I wrote speeches about all of these happenings. I'm happy to see Irving spotlighted but credit must be given where credit is actually due.