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NCTA locks in schedules for spring, fall shows

Mon, 09/15/2008 - 8:05am
Mike Robuck

Get out those appointment books: The NCTA announced today that is has locked in the schedules for the spring and fall cable industry shows.

For the first time, the cable industry will collocate many of the cable industry’s largest shows in one week, April 1-7, in Washington, D.C. The rest of the year’s shows, such as the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo and the Cable Center Hall of Fame inductions, will be held Oct. 25-30 in Denver.

“With much of the cable industry gathered in one place at one time, the Cable Connection weeks will be excellent showcases for our industry,” said Barbara York, senior vice president of industry affairs at the NCTA. “This realigned schedule will allow companies, organizations and participants to experience the many aspects of cable, build stronger relationships within and outside of the industry, and strengthen collaboration.”

To view days and dates for both the spring and fall Cable Connection weeks, click here.

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