From YouTube streams to multiplayer video games to rapid-fire music downloads, the explosion of multimedia content and experiences on the Internet today is possible because of broadband. Today 93% of U.S. homes have access to cable broadband, and a majority of homes with broadband get it from a local cable company.
Those are just two reasons why The Cable Show 2013, June 10-12 in Washington, DC, is a focal point for what’s happening in today’s media and communications environment. Hosted by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, the 3-day event offers insights and exposure to the technologies, strategies, developments and people involved in broadband media and telecommunications. It’s a live forum that offers everyone from app developers to infrastructure specialists current intelligence that can help bring new and innovative ideas to the marketplace.
With executives from the Internet, content and technology sectors joining cable industry leaders in presentations, discussions, press events and demonstrations, The Cable Show reaches beyond the boundaries of a single industry to represent a broad perspective about what’s happening in the broadband economy. And with an exhibit floor featuring top companies and brands in television, technology and digital media, The Cable Show offers opportunities for a close-up view of what’s new, what matter s and what’s next in broadband.
Registration’s happening now for a show that’s going to make headlines and make waves. Sign up today at www.thecableshow.com.