Tom Rogers ’75, P’14 recently consummated the sale of TiVo, Inc., of which he was CEO and president for about 11 years. He has been appointed executive chairman of WinView, Inc., which with its 28 patents, is the leading company providing games that viewers can play along with while simultaneously watching live TV sports. In addition to having run other companies, he is the former president of NBC Cable, where he founded CNBC and MSNBC. Additionally, Rogers was named to the 2016 class of the Cable Hall of Fame, at an induction celebration in Boston in May. The Cable Hall of Fame recognizes groundbreaking leaders who have shaped and advanced the cable industry and is the industry’s highest and most exclusive honor. Previously, he had been inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame. A government and sociology major at Wesleyan, Rogers earned a JD from Columbia Law School.