Monthly Archives: May 2011

Connected TV… Here to Stay

If you’ve been able to keep up with the deluge of announcements so far in 2011 about smart TVs, connected devices, TV Everywhere, content mobility, and many others related to the convergence of the Internet and TV, then you clearly must not have time for eating, sleeping or personal hygiene! The simple fact that it’s […]

Volunteer Opportunity At The Cable Show 2011

Will you be at The Cable Show 2011? Plan on coming a day early to help Sportsman Channel and Hunt.Fish.Feed distribute meals at three local Chicago shelters. To volunteer for this year’s Cable Show community service effort, email Melinda Schwartz at [email protected] or call her at 301-482-1105. Make sure to leaver your contact information in […]

Michael Powell and Cable’s Commitment to Education

Change is good.  That, at least, is the mantra. And despite human nature’s natural misgivings about change, it’s probably true. Witness the latest changing of the guard here at our own shop, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA).  After six years of dramatically successful leadership from CEO Kyle McSlarrow, we recently greeted a new […]

IPv6 Summit Takes Center Stage at Cable Show 2011 – summit will focus on IPv6 Transition

Heard about something called IPv6 (or Internet Protocol version 6) transition?  When the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) – the coordinating body that manages the world-wide distribution of IP addresses – announced earlier this year that it had run out of IPv4 addresses under the current system, consumers wondered whether their treasured Internet communications might […]