Ken Little was named Chief Operating Officer for NCC in April 2009. In this role, Little helms the research, marketing, digital sales and e-business teams as the company continues to grow new lines of business for cable operators. He also oversees NCC’s participation in major cable and advertising industry initiatives. Little’s innovations have reshaped the media industry. Under his direction, NCC’s revolutionary eBusiness platform was established and remains the only one of its kind in the media industry.
Little joined NCC in 1993 as General Manager of the Chicago Sales office and was soon promoted to oversee the entire Midwest Region. He became Vice President of NCC’s Interconnect Division in 1996 and was named Senior Vice President in 1997 then Executive Vice President, Technology and Operations in 2000 before taking on his current role. Prior to joining NCC, Ken was a Vice President at Group W Cable in Chicago and a partner in a consulting firm with major media clients.
Little was the principal architect behind the nation’s first hard-wired, real-time interconnect in Chicago in 1996. NCC interconnects in Detroit, Washington D.C. and nine other key markets soon followed.
Notably, Little has also designed missile guidance systems for the U.S. government.