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The Cable Show 2012

Cable Show 2012: Sports Will Stay in Play for Years to Come

That's the prediction of panelists at the NCTA convention, addressing the one form of programming it is impossible to copy and that people want to watch live.

Cable Show 2012: Netflix’s Ted Sarandos on Cannibalizing TV Ratings

"We have billions of hours of viewing," the chief content officer tells the NCTA, "so we are going to take away from something."

Cable Show 2012: Conan O’Brien Evangelizes Social Media, Admires Walt Disney

"He always embraced the next thing," the TBS late-night host tells the NCTA convention of his unlikely hero. "My attitude the last couple years was adapt or die."

Cable Show 2012: Mark Cuban’s Reinvented Cable Channel Will Be All About Live Programming

HDNet becomes AXS in early July in partnership with Ryan Seacrest, AEG and CAA on a network that wants to be to music and pop culture what ESPN is to sports.

Cable Show 2012: NCTA President Praises FCC’s Broadband Campaign

Michael Powell lobs softball questions at Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genochowski.

Cable Show 2012: Protect IP, SOPA Defeat Jeopardizes Future Legislation

At the NCTA convention on Monday, a group of Congressional staffers acknowledged that new efforts to combat theft of intellectual piracy may face tougher challenges as a result of the decision.

Cable Show 2012: ‘We Don’t Know What the Customer Wants,’ Says Discovery’s David Zaslav

The executive and panelists including Time Warner's Glenn Britt and AOL's Tim Armstrong converged in Boston to discuss the industry's uncertain future.

Cable Show 2012: Tech Announcements Signal New Direction for Cable TV Industry

Cable WiFi and Project Dayview are among the new services that would allow high-speed Internet and wireless to be available anywhere, any time consumers want them.

Conan O’Brien, Julius Genachowski to Attend NCTA Convention

Top cable TV industry executives from Turner Broadcasting, Comcast Cable, Time Warner Cable, ESPN, News Corp. and Fox Sports Media Group will be at the Boston event.