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NCTC Members to Discuss Technology, Strategies at Winter Educational Conference

Coop Slates Conference for Feb. 25-26 in Las Vegas 2/22/2013 12:16 PM Eastern

Members of the National Cable Television Cooperative traveling to Las Vegas for the group’s Winter Educational Conference won’t need luck to discover information about the latest technologies, competitive strategies and revenue-generating ideas.

The Feb. 25-26 event at the J.W. Marriott Resort & Spa will feature a number of speakers and panels addressing such issues, as well as a Technology Showcase affording attendees access to some 60 suppliers, who will display their equipment, devices and services in an small-scale setting.

Returning from last year’s convention, Rob McCann, president and CEO of Clearcable Networks, will open up the NCTC Winter Educational Conference on Feb. 25 at 9 a.m with an on address on bandwidth reclamation, WiFi deployment and other priorities Coop members should be focused on in 2013 and beyond. McCann’s session will be followed by a session providing practical solutions for a number of the topics McCann touches on.

Moderated by Needham & Co., managing director Laura Martin, Monday’s closing panel, “The Future of TV: A Vision of Tomorrow from Today’s Leaders,” will feature Aereo founder and CEO Chet Kanojia and Roku founder and CEO Anthony Wood.

On Feb. 26 at 9 a.m.,the gaze heads east toward Washington D.C. with "ACA Update: The Road to Rewrite and Beyond." ACA president and CEO will moderate a panel tackling such issues as what can be expected from the new Congress and whether that will result in revamps of the1992 Cable Act and current retransmission-consent rule.

Those eating lunch Tuesday at Winter Educational Conference will be entertained by Danny Koker and Kevin Mack of History’s Counting Cars

More information about the conference and its agenda is available here.

 

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