Category Archives: Live at the Microphone: Panels, Speeches and Appearances

Live from INTX: The Experiential Sports Spectacular

Okay, it’s not exactly “live,” since it happened earlier today (May 16), but here’s the video of the Imagine Park panel I moderated at INTX 2016 in Boston. Good stuff here on what’s new and next in interactive sports and personalized “channels” for following teams, athletes, plays and more.

The Experimental Sports Spectacular from The Internet & Television Expo on Vimeo.

CTAM panel: Reinventing the brand

CTAM’s Rocky Mountain Chapter brought together a great trio of panelists representing Comcast (West Division), Frontier Airlines and Denver University (current Professor and former AT&T Broadband-er Theresa Conley) for a discussion on rebranding. I had the privilege of moderating…once I found the right building. See, it was early in the morning and, well anyway here’s a photo of our esteemed crew.

NCTC 2010: Meet the ‘Frenemy’

Spoke at the National Cable Television Cooperative’s 2010 Independent Show in Baltimore, offering a thought or two about Internet video and competitive implications for cable providers. Below is a write-up by Communications Technology (thanks, Debra) on my remarks.

Live From The Independent Show: Living With The ‘Frenemy’

Debunking all the talk of cable customers “cutting the cord,” Stewart Schley, One Touch Intelligence’s senior director/industry intelligence, was quick to tell Independent Show attendees at the show’s closing session that there were 590,000 new aggregate subs reported by all cablecos during 1Q10, even with the specter of Internet video.

“The number of people who actually would cut cable service in favor of Internet video is less than 4 percent,” he added. Continue reading NCTC 2010: Meet the ‘Frenemy’