While The National Show is the place to be to learn about cable’s current and emerging video, broadband and telephone services – and about the public policy and business issues influencing the delivery of those services – attendees also have the chance to learn more about the many ways that the cable industry partners with individuals, schools, and other organizations to make a positive difference in communities all across the United States.
Look for additional posts over the course of the coming days on the activities of Cable in the Classroom, the industry’s national education foundation, which is hosting a meeting of its prestigious National Education Advisory Board in conjunction with The National Show.
For those coming to Atlanta, be sure also to visit the Cable Cares! booth (#137) where Cable in the Classroom, CTPAA, Cable Positive, the Emma Bowen Foundation, NAMIC, SCTE and WICT have joined together to showcase their valuable programs and events on the exhibit hall floor.
In addition, for the seventh consecutive year, the Walter Kaitz Foundation is hosting its Annual Supplier Diversity Connection Workshop to provide a forum for cable industry participants to exchange ideas and build business relationships with companies owned and operated by women and ethnic minorities.
Posted by Doug Levin of Cable in the Classroom