The Cable Show 2011 brochure is finally here. Find information from types of exhibits to types of programs being held in McCormick all in an easy to take with you piece. Click on the brochure cover to begin your experience.
Back in November, you may have read our post on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). The IETF is a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet. It is open to any interested individual. The organization’s stated mission is […]
We can probably all agree that spectrum policy is one of the more important issues facing us today. Congress and the FCC will have to juggle both the growing demand for wireless broadband and the needs of public safety organizations and first responders. But even though our nation’s spectrum needs are already a complicated issue, […]
Every year during The Cable Show, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association hosts, the Vanguard Awards, an event that honors the best of the cable industry. The people honored during this celebration are nominated by their peers for their outstanding work in their particular field. We are currently collecting nominations for these awards and are […]
This week’s one-year anniversary of the National Broadband Plan has sparked some discussion in telecom policy circles about where the FCC stands with regard to implementing each of the recommendations. But in reviewing the list and checking it twice, we should first not lose sight of tremendous changes that continue to renew and revitalize our […]
Every year Multichannel News honors the top women executives in the cable industry as “Wonder Women.” This week in New York, twelve women were honored as Wonder Women at a lunch, cosponsored by the New York chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications. Among those honored this year was NCTA’s own Jadz Janucik. As SVP of […]