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From April 29th to May 1st, the cable industry will take over the heart of downtown Los Angeles. From the entertainment and programming content of Hollywood to the innovation and high-tech sector of close-by Silicon Valley to the start-up community in the emerging Silicon Beach region, L.A. offers a perfect blend of creativity, technology, and pop culture. This city breathes innovation and imagination and you never know who you will run in to or what is coming next.
This year’s show is already shaping up to be one to remember. Exhibit space is filling up, many hotels are already booked and the show schedule is starting to gel. In other words, it’s the perfect time to start sharing some exciting news and updates for #Cable2014.
For starters, Imagine Park is going to be bigger and better than ever – almost 10,000 square feet. There will be plenty of room for product demos, industry announcements, panels and some brand new yet-unannounced events and activities (we’ll share more on those in the coming weeks).
For those who have yet to sign-up, if you register for The Cable Show by March 7th, you’ll be entered to win a trip for two to attend the 2014 ESPY Awards at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles on July 14th. It’s an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to mix and mingle with professional athletes, teams and coaches and some of the hottest celebrities and Hollywood personalities.
We’re confident this year’s show will be a special one. Visit The Cable Show’s website for more information – and, check back often for more Cable Show reveals.