A typical late-night crowd gathers at New Orleans landmark Cafe Du Monde on Friday night.
Kathleen Finch (l.), SVP/GM, DIY Network; Decker Anstrom, COO, Landmark Communications, Glenn Britt, CEO, TWC; Karen Collins, principal, Sarah T. Reed High School; and Rocco Commisso (r.), Mediacom CEO pose at the NCTA’s beautification project.
Zenith LaborNet’s Sam Lacoume cleans up at the Discovery Networks booth while setting up for the show.
The neon lights shine bright in the Big Easy’s French Quarter, giving a warm welcome to Cable Show attendees.
Bishop Paul Morton helps the Gospel Angels entertain the crowd at the Greater St. Stephens Full Gospel Baptist Church.
Friday night party-goers throng New Orleans' famed pleasure center, Bourbon Street, in the French Quarter
New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin attends the ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate new playgrounds at the Sarah T. Reed Elementary School yesterday.
From left: Benjamin Banneker Elementary School assistant principal Sister Marie Noel and principal Cherilyn Branche listen as Discovery marketing manager Eren Koont demonstrates a new video monitor.
Comcast Networks affiliate marketing manager Monica Folks readies some gifts for show attendees.
Eye Music Network VP of advertising Jonathan Harworth and art director Gigi Dancourt set up speakers on the show floor.
Gospel Music Channel and Feed the Children hand out food at the Greater St. Stephens Full Gospel Baptist Church.