2013 International CES: Cisco Press Conference and 'Future of TV' Customer Panel to be Webcast Live
SAN JOSE, Calif. – At the 2013 International CES, Cisco will host a press and analyst conference to announce news from its Service Provider Video Technology Group (SPVTG), which will include a stage demonstration of its latest technologies that are reinventing the TV experience. As part of the press conference, Marthin De Beer, senior vice president, Cisco's video and collaboration group, will host a panel discussion on the topic of: "The Future of TV, Above and Beyond "TV Everywhere," with the following executives from leading global service providers and media companies:
• Andrew Olson, director, product planning & design, BSkyB
• Len Barlik, executive vice president and chief product officer, Cox Communications
• Bill Bradford, senior vice president, digital media, Fox
• Balan Nair, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Liberty Global
• Joe Inzerillo, senior vice president, multimedia and distribution, Major League Baseball Advanced Media
The press conference, including the panel discussion, will be webcast live for remote attendees. Registration link is below. Admittance to the live event is by invitation only.
Date: Monday, January 7, 2013
Time: 2:00 p.m. PST / 5:00 p.m. EST
Watch via Webcast: To view the press conference and participate via the Webcast, please register here: http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le21/onlineevts/ces2013/details.html. Replay available at 3 pm PST.
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