Managing partner Mike Molnar recipient of the “Sweet 16 of Cable”

CABLEFAX SELECTS MIKE MOLNAR, MANAGING PARTNER OF GLOW INTERACTIVE, AS ONE OF ELITE “SWEET 16 OF CABLE”

New York – May 12, 2011 Glow Interactive (www.glowinteractive.com), a leading New York-based interactive marketing, advertising and creative agency, today announced that its managing partner, Mike Molnar, has been selected by CableFAX as a recipient of the “Sweet 16 of Cable” award, which honors the top brand and agency advertising executives supporting the cable industry.

Recipients of this award were honored this morning at the CableFAX‘s annual Sales Executive of the Year and Sweet 16 Awards Breakfast at the Grand Hyatt in New York City. For the complete list of “Sweet 16” honorees, visit CableFAX’s award site: http://www.cablefax.com/cfp/events/seoy2011/#0. Nominations for the “Sweet 16” were chosen from a pool of media buyers and brand marketers who fervently support cable and whose brands have profited in the bargain.

“Mike has brought so much to the Glow team,” said Pete Levin, CEO and co-founder of Glow Interactive. “His new business and account efforts – across the board, but especially in cable – have really helped elevate Glow to the status we are at today. He’s a perfect fit for the Sweet 16 honor.”

As managing partner at Glow Interactive, Mike Molnar oversees the daily operations and works to continually develop the evolution of the company. Since joining the company in 2002, Mike has helped his partners Pete Levin and Ted Kacandes ramp up the company to 20+ people and leads new business initiatives and client relations. Mike has worked to launch several high profile, award-winning campaigns for The History Channel, A&E, HBO, Showtime, USA Network, Discovery Channel, Wendy’s, Canon and more. Collectively, the Glow team has won over 15 industry awards including multiple Horizon Interactive Awards, Promax/BDA, Webby’s, OMMA and AdTech honors. Prior to joining Glow, Mike was a publicist for “America’s Most Wanted” – his first foray in dealing with cable programs – as well as a celebrity publicist in NYC.

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