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How IA Helped Me Innovate My Team’s Communications Processes

Participating in the Cable Center’s Intrapreneurship Academy—called “IA”—was an enlightening experience for me.


Posted in: Distribution, Programming

Cable Operator Energy Management: It Makes Sense, and Saves Cents

Not only is energy management the right thing to do as good corporate stewards of the environment, but through wise management – including standardization and adoption of best practices – cable operators can save significant dollars in energy costs.


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On Becoming an Intrapreneur

A guest columnist from The Cable Center’s Intrapreneurship Academy reflects on how the program helped her emerge as a new type of leader with a new mindset.


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5G: The Challenge and Opportunity for Cable

In the lead-up to Mobile World Congress, 5G continues to receive a lot of hype and media coverage, promised as the be-all/end-all for a customer’s connectivity needs.


Posted in: Technology

How Cable Providers Can Remain the Bedrock of Sports Fandoms

Audiences expectations today are higher than ever when it comes to accessibility and volume of content, but nowhere is this truer than in the home of a sports fan. When it comes to live sports viewing, there is a need to be flexible yet timely, and streaming connections must be reliable


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How the Cable Industry Is Benefiting from Machine Learning (and We’re Just Getting Started)

Cable network operators are more and more embracing the advantages that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can bring to all phases of running their networks, including network architecture, design, engineering, and operations.


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Being an Employer of Choice for Military Veterans

For any military veteran, transitioning from service to a civilian career can be challenging.


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CBRS: Cable Operators and Wireless Services

The new kid on the wireless block is Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). CBRS is 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 to 3.7 GHz band.


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