Vote to decide who the most impactful person in pay TV is right now

Last week, we we got to make all of the decisions in our Fierce 50 list. Now, it's your turn. (FierceCable)

Update: The poll is now closed. Click here for the results. 

Last week, we published our Fierce 50 list, which included 50 technologists, strategists, broadcasters, marketing professionals and sales folks driving the U.S. pay TV industry. 

To come up with the names, we solicited input from around the industry, canvassing top companies and insightful analysts to come up with a cross section of names relevant to the currently roiled video industry. Beyond just the executives providing video through traditional cable, satellite and telco platforms, we considered the many different insurgent forces roiling—and potentially saving—the incumbent operators, from subscription video on demand services to virtual MVPDs, direct-to-consumer streaming platforms, social media operations, content pros, next-generation video platform makers and creators of useful apps, just to name a few.


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In the end, we got to make all of the decisions. Now, it's your turn. 

In the survey below, pick up to three of your favorites from our Fierce 50 list. Next week, based on reader input, we'll tally up the votes and list the results. 



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