This year’s Show is larger than ever, featuring a record-breaking 84 sessions over the course of four days. Here are the updated numbers:
- 11 sessions in the OCAP Developers’ Conference
11 sessions in iHollywood Mobile Bootcamp
7 sessions in Operations & Marketing
7 sessions in Cable Game Arena
7 sessions in the Supplier Diversity Connection
5 sessions in New Technology
5 CAB Sessions (excluding the jointly programmed Wednesday General Session)
5 Plenary Sessions
5 sessions in the Technical Papers Program
5 sessions in the International Business Center
4 General Sessions
4 sessions in Information Technology
3 sessions in Public Policy
2 sessions in Finance
2 sessions in Programming
1 session with Retirement Living TV
Highlights of the next three days will include:
- The 15th annual CableNET pavilion organized by CableLabs with 35 innovative technology exhibits.
- The first-ever CAB National Sales Conference integrated into The Cable Show.
- An in-depth track of seven sessions on Gaming as well as the debut of “Into the Pixel” art display of game covers and three special exhibits.
- An in-depth track for Chief Information Officers including a Hospitality Lounge on the floor sponsored by Accenture.
- Two Public Policy lunches and three Public Policy Sessions. Keynote by Kevin Martin, panel participation by FCC Commissioners McDowell & Tate, FTC Commissioner Leibowitz and NTIA’s Kneuer. Luncheon address by both Governors Jim Gibbons (NV) and Janet Napolitano (AZ).
- The prestigious Vanguard Awards and for the first time – Cable Advertising Awards Night.
If you’re going to be wandering around the Convention Center and need to access information quickly, the full program will be accessible by Blackberry & other PDAs at www.thecableshow.com/mobile.