The three general sessions for
the National Cable & Telecommunications
Association’s 2010 Cable Show in Los
Angeles May 11 to 13 will feature a lineup
of top cable, entertainment and technology
executives — and a dash of D.C.
Convention co-chairs Showtime Networks
CEO Matt Blank and Time Warner
Cable chairman and CEO Glenn Britt open
the first general session on Tuesday afternoon,
Next is a panel featuring Britt; Viacom
CEO Philippe Dauman; Cox Communications
president Pat Esser; Warner Bros.
Home Entertainment Group president
Kevin Tsujihara; and Discovery Communications
CEO David Zaslav.
The Wednesday, May 12, morning general
session features Andreessen Horowitz
general partner Marc Andreessen;
Time Warner Inc. chairman and CEO Jeff
Bewkes; CBS CEO Les Moonves; Comcast
chairman and CEO Brian Roberts; and
DreamWorks Studios co-chairman and
CEO Stacey Snider.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski will
be interviewed by NCTA CEO Kyle McSlarrow
at the third general session on the
morning of May 13. A panel session follows.
See more at http://2010.thcableshow.