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A Leading Edge Agenda with World Class Speakers


Cable Congress offers an extensive congress programme featuring top executives from the cable, technology, content and new media industries. With more than 80 visionary speakers coming from Europe, the US and Asia, Cable Congress provides insight on the latest developments in the fields of strategy, investments, technology, marketing, content and regulation.


DAY ONE: 15 February 2011 09.00 Registration 09.30 Refreshments and Exhibition Open 09.30 Press Conference


10.45 Official Opening Welcome and Overview of the state of the industry and vision for the future


11.00 Keynote Presentation


11.15 Panel Discussion: A View From The Top • CEO’s from leading cable and content companies


• Focus on strategy, challenges and opportunities for the industry


12.30 Lunch and Networking 14.00 Keynote Presentation: Tivo


14.30 Panel Discussion: Digital Home Strategies • New solutions for the digital home • Different technology and business concepts • Servicing beyond the living room


15.30 Refreshments and Networking 16.15 Keynote Presentation 16.45 Closing Day One 17.00 Networking Drinks in the Exhibition 19.00 Cable Congress Gala Party


Keep up to date


Join the Cable Congress Linked in Group Visit: www.cablecongress.com/linkedin


Follow Cable Congress on Twitter Visit: www.twitter.com/cablecongress


New for 2011! Connect with All Attendees using the


Cable Congress Online Networking Platform


All registered attendees will have access to a bespoke online networking tool where you will be able to view other attendees, upload your profile and connect and set up meetings before you arrive at Cable Congress. Access to the online platform remains open 3 months after the event so you can catch up with anyone you may have missed at the event. Presentations are also available to download from this platform.


DAY TWO: 16 February 2011 09.00 Exhibition Open 08.30 General Assembly 09.40 Facts and Figures - Keynote Presentation


10.00 Panel Discussion: Financial Panel • the need for further consolidation • the value of trans-national consolidation


• Going East and to the BRIC countries: investments in new (low arpu) markets.


11.00 Refreshments and Networking 11.30 Keynote Presentation: Google TV


12.00 Panel Discussion: Cable & Content • I love my cable TV : keeping cable center stage


• Competing infrastructures and new ways to monetise content


• Over the top innovation and challenges


13.00 Lunch and Networking 14.30 Keynote Presentation 15.00 Closing and Intro to Parallel Sessions 15.20 Refreshments and Networking


15.50 Parallel Sessions: Technology and Marketing


17.00 Networking Drinks in the Exhibition


DAY THREE: 17 February 2011 09.00 Exhibition Open


10.00 Parallel Sessions: Technology and Marketing


11.00 Refreshments and Networking


11.30 Parallel Sessions: Technology and Marketing


12.30 Lunch and Close of Congress Visit


www.cablecongress.com to view the latest agenda


The Industry’s View of Cable Congress


“This was the real deal – Europe’s top executives, sharing openly the insight and strategy we need as a Channel owner to best serve them and their subscribers”. Darren Childs, Managing Director, BBC Worldwide Channels


“If you're in the cable business in Europe, you need to be at Cable Congress. Simple as that. It's the one time each year when our entire industry gets together. I always come away energized and focused.” Mike Fries, President & Chief Executive Officer, Liberty Global


“For me as a media executive, Cable Congress has been an extremely valuable experience. Not only was I impressed by the high level of speakers and discussions but rarely have I seen so many key executives at one event” Marcus Englert, Executive Board Member, ProSiebenSat.1


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