Today is a fun day at National Public Broadcasting (where I've been the in-house Technology Strategist since February of this year). We turn 10!
I have to say, it's been a real treat to have been working for a mature company, so heavily invested in technology and growing because of it (just a few weeks ago we quietly launched eMediaRep, and picked up HIT Entertainment as our first client, launching Thomas and Friends, Bob the Builder, and Barney over the next 4 months).
Not many companies can say they've made it to the 10 year mark, but if you look at who's been running this place, well, it's not hard to see why it's done well.
Anyway, here's NPB's bio, if you're interested:
Robert and Linda Williams, the company founders, had previously built National Cable Communications (NCC) into the largest spot cable sales representative in the country. In 1996 they then sold NCC back to the major cable operators. NCC is now a billion dollar sales organization.
... I guess we can add a new line.
In 2007, we turned 10.