Growing up as a passionately competitive athlete in a time when organized sports for girls were almost non-existent taught Kay Koplovitz that she could go up against the boys—and win. That lesson served her well when she launched USA Network in 1977, the first television network led by a woman. But innovating came naturally to Kay; she was one of the pioneers who recognized the power of satellites to transform global communication. Read Kay’s story to learn how she grew from a young girl bugging her father to take her to speedskating competitions to a communications innovator who helped bring us "the night that changed television history."