It looks like cable's top tech brass will once again head to Las Vegas to
take in the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show.
The executive committee of Cable Television Laboratories Inc.'s board of
directors will attend the show Jan. 9 through 12 to continue business
discussions with major consumer-electronics manufacturers, in particular
focusing on how they can work together to put more digital services and products
in cable customers' hands.
Led by Brian Roberts, Comcast Corp president and chairman of CableLabs, the
executives include 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.; and Carl Vogel, president and CEO
of Charter Communications Inc.
"We found great value in the business meetings that were conducted last
year," CableLabs president and CEO Richard Green said. "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