'We're Making Broadband Happen' will be the central theme of the National
Cable Television Association's 50th annual convention in Chicago June
10 through 13.
'NCTA attendees will get a first-hand look at the latest advances in digital
technology,' said Jerry Kent, president of Charter Communications Inc. and
National Show chairman.
The show will kick off with a plenary session June 10 hosted by the Cable
& Telecommunications Association for Marketing's Char Beales.
On Monday, CNBC's Sue Herera will moderate a panel with Kent, Comcast Corp.
president Brian Roberts and Viacom Inc. president Mel Karmazin.
Tuesday's general session will feature Lifetime Entertainment Services
president Carole Black, A&E Television Networks president Nick Davatzes,
Microsoft TV president Jon DeVaan, Wink Communications Inc. president Maggie
Wilderotter and Insight Communications Co. Inc. president Michael
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