A blue-ribbon panel of technology executives is slated to discuss multi-platform content delivery during a breakfast session Thursday, May 13, at the Cable Show in the Los Angeles Convention Center.

In light of growing consumer preference for multi-screen content, the panel will discuss premium content provider strategies, successful IP video services, optimization of content across multiple devices and the role of DOCSIS in IP services convergence.

Confirmed panelists for the Communications Technology-sponsored breakfast include:

Dallas Clement, EVP and Product Officer, Cox Communications;
Mark Hess, SVP, Product Development, Video, Comcast Cable;
Mike LaJoie, EVP and CTO, Time Warner Cable;
Ran Oz, CTO, EVP and Co-Founder, BigBand Networks; and
Bob Zitter, EVP and CTO, HBO.

Doors open at 7 am, and the panel begins at 7:30 am. BigBand Networks is sponsoring the breakfast, and Jonathan Tombes is serving as moderator.

For more information and to register for the event, please visit, www.cable360.net/ct/techbreakfast10/.

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