CableLabs® Leadership Returns to CES in Las Vegas
Louisville, Colorado, December 27, 2002—The Executive Committee of the CableLabs® Board of Directors will attend the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to continue business discussions with leaders of top consumer electronics manufacturing companies about how the companies can work together to make more digital services and products available for cable�s customers.
Glenn Britt, Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Cable, Joe Collins, Chairman and CEO of AOL Time Warner Interactive Video, Jim Robbins, President and CEO of Cox Communications, Inc., Carl Vogel, President and CEO of Charter Communications, and more will be part of a CableLabs contingent attending the 2003 International CES-The Download Begins, January 9-12, led by CableLabs Chairman Brian Roberts, President of Comcast Corporation.
The Executive Committee plans to tour the exhibit floor and to hold individual meetings with business leaders.
�We found great value in the business meetings that were conducted last year. With increasing interest from both cable and the CE industry in high definition television and advanced digital services, this year�s show promises to be even better,� said CableLabs President and CEO Dr. Richard R. Green.
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