Broadband Digital Media
“Generation Next: What’s Now and What’s New in Broadband Media” was a general session of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association “The Cable Show” held in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
Kyle McSlarrow delivered the opening keynote address at “The Cable Show '08.” Former FCC Chairman William Kennard moderated a panel discussion on broadband media with executives in digital media, technology and telecommunications. Topics included the new business models being derived from technological advancements and changes in consumer behaviors.
“Generation Next: What’s Now and What’s New in Broadband Media” was a general session of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association “The Cable Show” held in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. close
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Peter Chernin President and COO News Corporation
Rocco B. Commisso Founder, Chair and CEO Mediacom Communications
Philippe P. Dauman President and CEO Viacom, Inc.
William E. Kennard Managing Director Carlyle Group->Global Telecommunications and Media
Debra L. Lee Chair and CEO BET Holdings
Kyle E. McSlarrow President and CEO National Cable and Telecommunications Association
Brian L. Roberts Chair and CEO Comcast Corporation
Yoshihiko "Yoshi" Yamada Chairman and CEO Panasonic Corporation of North America
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