Monthly Archives: January 2010

Lessons from Vegas: The Realities of Online Video

At the recent CES conference, there was much discussion of 3-D TV, mobile devices and tablet PCs. But there was also a great deal of talk about the future of television and about alternatives means of delivering entertainment and information to consumers. On this blog, I have many times written about so-called “cord cutters” – […]

CableCares 2010 in Los Angeles

The Cable Show 2010, as you already may know, is to take place in Los Angeles, CA from May 11-13, as a part of Cable Connection  – Spring 2010.  During these three days there will be time to network with some of the other 12,00 or more attendees expected to come, to walk an exhibit […]

January 15th, Last Day to Submit Speaker Proposal

Make sure to answer the Call for Speakers for The Cable Show 2010 before next Friday, January 15. You can submit your moderators, panelists and educational session topic ideas here. Even if you don’t want to submit a proposal, what would you like to see being covered at the Cable Show 2010 educational sessions? Leave […]

McSlarrow Statement on TV Everywhere

Free Press’s description of TV Everywhere is a reminder of the admonition that people are entitled to their own opinions, but not their own set of facts.  The call for an “investigation” of TV Everywhere has no factual or legal basis, no matter how many times Free Press and its allies repeat the words “collusion,” […]