Where yat Sunday?

I’m over at the tru2way Developers’ Conference. Here’s a rundown of some of the other acitivities today.

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  1. All the best to everyone attending The Cable Show in New Orleans. For those of you wondering where I am, I’m producing/hosting Tomorrow Will Be Televised, the weekly Internet radio program covering TV developments and issues. You can catch the next episode tomorrow (Monday) at 2 p.m. your time/3 p.m. Eastern time on http://www.nowlive.com. We’ll have Marc Berman, the “Programming Insider” of Mediaweek magazine analyze the broadcast and cable programming announcements last week, and LATV co-founder and CEO Danny Crowe, talking about his Latino/crossover entertainment service making the transition from Southern California regional to national phenomenon.
    We’ll also have a news segment on Cable Show developments. Between now and show time, you can e-mail me any show press releases through simonapple04@yahoo.com
    Tomorrow Will Be Televised gives the public access to the people making the TV they watch now, or will in the future, happen–network TV executives, show creators/producers, new TV network/technology enterpreneurs, TV critics and more. Listen in, and invite your friends, family, business colleagues and cable subscribers to listen as well. If you want to catch up on recent episodes, go to http://www.nowlive.com/television and click episode listings on the left side of the screen. You can also download these episodes as podcasts on ITunes and elsewhere.
    FYI–we’ll have a special episode on the digital TV transition June 2, featuring NCTA and National Association of Broadcasters leadership. Invite your subscribers to listen in–we’ll update transition developments and provide valuable resources on how to deal with the situation powerfully.
    Thank you in advance for checking out Tomorrow Will Be Televised. I think you’ll enjoy what you hear. Have a wonderful time in New Orleans!


    Simon Applebaum
    Producer/Host, Tomorrow Will Be Televised

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