The Cable Show 2010 kicks off tomorrow, and as you might expect there will be plenty of Comcasters participating, attending, and speaking throughout the three days of the conference.

For those of you who might not be familiar with the Cable Show, it is the cable industry’s annual trade show. All aspects of the cable industry, including programmers, distributors, vendors, and more, gather together to meet, talk, and take a look at the latest innovations. This year all of this meeting and greeting is taking place in Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

If you can’t make it to Los Angeles this year, don’t worry. Many of the sessions (including those listed below) will be live streamed. Check out this site for more information, including individual streams for different sessions.

Here are a few panels and sessions with Comcast folks on them:

  • Our CEO Brian Roberts will be having a one on one conversation about the future of entertainment and content delivery on Tuesday at the NCTA and Hollywood Radio & Television Society Newsmaker Brunch. He’ll also be on a panel called Media Everywhere: Implications of the Always-On Network on Wednesday (Session 14 for those of you at the show).
  • Cathy Avgiris is participating in the Spectrum of Possibility: Technology & Strategy for the Business of Wireless Communications session on Tuesday (Session 5).
  • Mark Hess will be talking about interactive TV on the EBIF Nation: The Building of a New Interactive Platform panel on Wednesday (Session 26).
  • Bill Stemper talks about Commerce, Communications & Connectivity: Competing for Business Market Share on Wednesday at session 20.
  • Michael Angelakis, our CFO, will be talking Bulls vs. Bears: Assessing Cable’s Investment Profile on Wednesday as well (session 27)

Make sure to check them out if you’re at the Cable Show and stay tuned to Comcast Voices because we’ll be bringing you the news from the Cable Show all this week.