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Techtonic Forces


Cable Congress 2011


Join over 750 senior level executives from over 32 countries representing the cable, content, technology and new media industries at Cable Congress 2011.


What can you expect in 2011?


• The most influential CEO’s from the industry discuss the future of cable and the changing market


• An investor panel discussing current and future merger and acquisitions strategies and how they monetize their investments


• Digital Home Strategies; the differences in strategy, the technology for the future digital home, and the best model to assure cable a competitive edge


• How will the launch of Google TV affect the business of content distribution? What is cable doing to remain center stage


• Dedicated sessions on marketing and technology • Facts & figures: hard data and estimates


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Cable Congress Gala Party hosted by:


Logistical Partner:


Guy Bisson, Research Director, Television, Screen Digest


Patrick Walker, , Director of Partnerships, Google/YouTube


Aaron Heslehurst, , BBC World News and Travel Presenter, BBC


John Dawson, Bloomberg


John Hahn,


Managing Director, Providence


Tom Rogers, President and Chief Executive Officer, TiVo


Kurt Scherf, VP, Principal Analyst, Park Associates


Martin Lambie-Nairn, Creative Director, Heavenly Group Ltd.


15-17th February 2011, KKL Convention Centre, Lucerne (Zurich), Switzerland Selection of speakers:


Adrian von Hammerstein, CEO, Kabel Deutschland


Mike Fries, President and CEO, Liberty Global


Balan Nair, Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer, Liberty Global


Paul Liao, CEO, Cable Labs


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