Cable One promotes Laulis to president and COO

Cable One has promoted Julie Laulis to president and chief operating officer. Laulis has spent the last 15 years at the Phoenix-based MSO, which touts just under 500,000 video subscribers. She has operated under the title of COO since 2012.

Julie Laulis, Cable One

Laulis (Source: Cable One)

"Julie has a broad 32-year cable background, and in her 15 years at Cable One she has demonstrated an ability to run day-to-day operations and execute difficult changes with exceptional results," said Tom Might, Cable One CEO, in a statement.

"This promotion is well-deserved and positions Cable One for the significant new responsibilities of an independent, publicly traded company," he added.

Laulis began her Cable One career in 1999 as Norwest Division marketing director in 1999. She was promoted to Southwest Division VP in 2001, and senior VP and chief operating officer in 2008.

For more:
- read this Cable One press release

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