The 2011 National Cable Show will be held in Chicago from June 14 -16. The Cable Show is hosted annually by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), and brings together the cable industry and its partners to discuss future innovations. Comcast and our leaders will play an integral role in these discussions and presentations, and we'll be making a few cool announcements as well. Here are a few of the highlights and the ways you can keep up to date on the Show.
On Tuesday morning, Neil Smit, President of Comcast Cable, will open the general session as he participates in a panel with industry leaders, Jeffrey Bewkes (Time Warner, Inc.), Glenn Britt (Time Warner Cable), Chase Carey (News Corporation), Philippe Dauman (Viacom, Inc.), and Patrick Esser (Cox Communications), to share ideas and strategies surrounding digital media delivery and the increasingly competitive business landscape.
You can watch via a live stream here at Comcast Voices on Tuesday beginning at approximately 11:30 a.m. (ET). His session will be available to watch on replay shortly after the live stream ends.
Thursday, Brian L. Roberts, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Comcast, will discuss the future of the industry and demonstrate innovations that are sure to play a part in that future. He will then participate in a panel discussion with industry leaders, Sanjay Jha (Motorola Mobility) and Thomas Rutledge (Cablevision Systems Corporation).
Tune in to the live stream here beginning at approximately 10 a.m. (ET), with the replay available shortly after the session ends on Thursday June 16th.
We're really excited about the news we're sharing this week. Be sure to check back for updates as they are announced!