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IPv6 Summit (Tuesday, June 14, 2011)

The Sixth Time’s a Charm: Understanding IPv6 and What it Means

  • 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM, Room S404
    • The Internet is migrating to a new addressing protocol offering an inexhaustible supply of addresses. But in the transition from IPv4 to IPv6, there’s plenty of detail to address for all participants in the Internet ecosystem. Get a rich perspective on this protocol from a key player.
    • Speakers: Introduction and Welcome: William Check (NCTA), Keynote: John Curran (American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN))

Addressing the Future: Implications and Impact of the IPv6 Migration

  • 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM, Room S404
    • The movement to a new Internet addressing scheme portends significant changes for web content providers, device manufacturers, network operators and consumers. Find out what’s in store and how your business will be affected as experts from the cable, content, consumer electronics and retail sectors compare notes and exchange ideas. Discovery points:
      • Consumer education approaches
      • Cable industry strategies for the IPv6 transition
      • Device compatibility and interoperability
    • Moderator: 1) Chris Donley (CableLabs) / Speakers: 2) Steven Bosch (Best Buy), 3) Frank Bulk (Premier Communications), 4) Claire Cheng (D-Link), 5) Sam Gassel (Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.), 6) Will Lawton (Facebook)

What the World Now Knows: Observations from World IPv6 Day

  • 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM, Room S404
    • On June 8, major website providers engaged in a global test of IPv6 by enabling the new addressing protocol from their platforms for a 24-hour period. This first significant test provides key data and lessons the world Internet community will study in anticipation of global IPv6 adoption. Find out what happened, how it worked, and what was learned as cable industry experts and a representative of the Internet Society share key findings and perspectives. Discovery points:
      • Potential trouble spots…and what can be done to avoid them
      • Implications for consumers, devices and home networks
      • Key lessons for network operators and content providers
  • Moderator: 1) William Check (NCTA) / Speakers: 2) John Brzozowski (Comcast Cable Communications), 3) Lee Howard (Time Warner Cable), 4) Phil Roberts (The Internet Society)

Tuesday General Session

  • Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Convention Co-Chairs Welcome
    • Convention Co-Chairs Welcome: Jerry Kent (Suddenlink Communications), David Zaslav (Discovery Communications)
      • NCTA is 60 Years old. Cable has more audience more than terrestrial TV.
      • Show case are packed 600 exhibiters. Many education sessions are there.
  • City Welcome & Keynote
    • City Welcome & Keynote: Rahm Emanuel (City of Chicago)

State of the Industry: Michael Powell (NCTA)

  • 10years I am come back as president. Technology oriented cable industry. Many contents program like HBO… C-span make democracy media.
  • Time shift programing coming like on demand. Now internet, Super size fat pipe we provide. Without Cable modem there are no Google or Facebook. 100Mbps we start to serve our customer.
  • from Innovative tool to contents, we work all levels
  • Challenge; public policy issue are more complex… device and contents are multi. Free markets, future are uncertain. Government urge more complex regulation.
  • Problems problems…Lead have.

State of the Industry Panel:

  • Disruption Central: A Roadmap for Reward in a Shifting Marketplace Old businesses are being disrupted, new models are being tested and consumers are flooded with options in this exploding media and telecommunications marketplace. As companies continue to grow and evolve and new entrants continue to emerge, how will tomorrow’s business landscape look? Today’s leading business executives will discuss how their companies are approaching this exciting but often confusing marketplace, and their perspective on tomorrow and beyond.
  • 1)Moderator: Liz Claman (Fox Business Network), 2)Panel Participants: Jeffrey Bewkes (Time Warner, Inc.), 3)Glenn Britt (Time Warner Cable), 4)Chase Carey (News Corporation), 5)Philippe Dauman (Viacom, Inc.), 6)Patrick Esser (Cox Communications), 7)Neil Smit (Comcast Cable Communications)
  • Photo from left side, 1),7),6),5),4),3),2)
  • Cable can bring back people from Net.
    • 7) my watch, my something, personalize is key on multi devices.
    • 3) Key is we have to change. Consumer understanding technology, we have to provide opportunity.
    • 6) we make caos. End the day, what value what important consumer should understand. We cannot control everyone.
    • 5) Cable have more audience from terrestrial, create more programing. Contents owner never have a good time than ever.
  • Tablet ?
    • 4) Cable brace tablet. Authentication negotiation has been many years.
    • 2) TV everywhere, this is a cable show!! Cable is most cutting edge industry. No more copy from device from network to pc etc. People watch in anywhere anytime this is good. More availability contents in any devices.
  • People watch phone especially young age. No cable.
    • 7) We face people more video consumption than ever. VOD platform should distribute many devices. Programmer and distributer help each other.
    • 4) Many platform like iPad, people want watch nay device. We should meet this demand.
    • 6) 2 new TV online products we lounch in last 6 months. Markets are fragmented, we provide very deferments contents.
    • 3) TV is not only display for program, now we have many devices.
  • Netflix have more traffic. Now they make original program. How do you think.
    • 5) Netflix is rental. Contents business is not so easy business. Distribution is also difficult. We work with cable and satellite, we satisfied working with them.
  • 2) Netflix is subscription base video on demand service. HBO is as same. There more come Amazon… Easy access, low cost (10$) … we competition with 4Big TV and Cable and satellite and Netflix… But all contents made by 4 Big TV are on all platform and devices.
    • 5) Collaboration is key for success between contents and distributer. We have to provide what people want. Ad support contents are important. Nelsen not provide data on VOD, programmer or distributer should to do.
    • 7) We don't have any cord cut phenomenon.
    • 3) We don't have any cord cut. What is cord cut…like analog phone go to cell phone? We don't have such a thing.
    • 6) Economy has comeback, cord cut is not coming soon.
    • 5) TV subscription is last issue to stop even if very bad economy. TV subscription is so important for people.
  • Tablet and iPad issue.
    • 4) Fox launch many program for Tablet and iPad.
  • HD is great, what next great innovation on cable?
    • 7)iPad contents distribution is great. Collaborate people and distributer and programmer. Interactive platform business.
    • 2) Don't be afraid of kids, we watch. First, we put internet into TV. 3D in cinema is powerful, but in home we have so powerful? Any organization or enterprises provide contents, low cost, multi-device, interactive, multi-play. Keep going on. Quality program should provide…it's a key on any distribution infrastructure.
  • FCC say okey Comcast with NBC Universal. Is it okey in future at cable industry?
    • 6) Future opportunity those business model (contents and distribution combine, vertical integration) maybe.
    • 4) Broadcasting business has change, retransmission cost should be. No FCC.
    • 7) Broadcast program to VOD program we shift. Now Comcast get NBC… what contents business happens?
    • 3) Technology is important, but too much technology should careful. Verizon is okey. But end of the day, what people wants.
    • 6) I myself talk how we make disruptive business. Talk more time than ever.
    • 4) Net companies like google, yahoo, facebook need more contents.

When Worlds Collide: IT Systems Convergence and Its Impact on Cable

  • Session 07, Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM, Room S403A
  • Today’s cable IT systems are melding and merging, as back-office applications come together and common platforms emerge to serve a variety of business functions – from engineering to fulfillment to product development. How are cable industry companies working to create “smart” convergence that effectively unites the intelligence of all our business units? And what does the future hold for demands and requirements of cable and network operations support? Find out as a panel of leading cable and telecommunication IT experts offers rich and current perspective into IT’s new convergence. Discovery points:
    • How entertainment company systems are supporting content migration to online and “TV Everywhere”-type services
    • Needs and infrastructure requirements for interactive television applications, including advertising
    • What businesses are doing to staff and manage converging systems
  • 1) Moderator: Donald Rippert (Accenture)
    • Speakers: 2)Jenifer Cistola (CableLabs?), 3)Arthur Orduña (Canoe Ventures), 4)Bob Putnam (Suddenlink Communications), 5)Jay Schneider (TV One) and Reactors: 6)Gary Arlen (Arlen Communications, Inc.)
    • photo from left 6),2),5),3),4),1)
  • 4) One bill, one call, watch everywhere / newer technologies come from CPE, IP, Mobile Apps, Asset management. / Automated flow through end-to-end provisioning.
  • 3) Canoe is unique, 2and half years, IP convergence projects. 4.5 Years ago 2.5b adv. Market. Cable share small portion of ad market. We get more ad, solution is ; all MSO build up one single infrastructure for advertiser. All top broadcasters.
  • 5)TVOne launch 5years ago. Ower is Comcast and Clearsky.. TV + Social Media is our target.
  • 2) CIS is business support system for top CIO. Cablelabs have 175people.
  • 3) Key company like top MSO should care best experience for subscriber. / Increase opportunity for subs. EBIF is simple but leverage as a bridge to IP service.
  • 2) CableLabs? should move more quick, because technology development has accelerate. IP service is very promising market.
  • 3) App store type of business, Cable do open Cable project more than 10years. How to make uniquesness with other app store. IP application can converge with cable apps?

Space Craft: Transforming the Headend with CMAP

  • Session 11, Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Room N426
    • The Converged Multiservice Access Program represents a sweeping effort to reduce physical footprints associated with critical cable headend technology. Here, authors describe key development objectives involved in the quest for a less crowded and more efficient headend. Discovery points:
      • The DOCSIS-to-CMAP evolution
      • New converged access architectures for cable services
      • Integrated optics
  • 1) Moderator: Tony Werner (Comcast Cable Communications)
  • Speakers: 2) John Chapman (Cisco Systems), 3) Jeff Finkelstein (Cox Communications), 4) John Ulm (Motorola Mobility), 5) Fernando Villarruel (Cisco Systems), 6) Greg White (CableLabs?)
    • Photo from left; 6), 2),5),4),3),1)
  • 3) QAM usage over time are put more capacity into network. CMAP now this morning combine with CISER. It' become CCAP(シーキャップ). Two stage up grade, 1st HE with CCAO as EQAM, then HE with CCAP (Integrated).
  • 4) see slide photo
  • 1) MSO face big traffic like 25Gbyte use per month now in US
  • 5) CCAP have unique character, Like low power consumption. 50-80% savings. see slide photo
  • 2) See slide photo CM: cable modem
  • 6) See slide photo.

HFC-ing the Light: Advancements in Next-Gen Network Architecture

  • Session 17, Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM, Room N426
    • IP overlay, gigabit coaxial access and Upstream 3.0 enhancements are among subjects presented by authors who describe emerging approaches for adding performance and capacity to cable’s physical networks. Discovery points:
      • Overcoming forward and reverse capacity constraints
      • IP connectivity over existing HFC networks
      • Next-gen architecture for additional gigabit transmission
  • Moderator: 1) Daniel Howard (SCTE), 2) Mike Emmendorfer (ARRIS), 3) Robert Howald (Motorola Mobility), 4) Phil Miguelez (Motorola Mobility), 5) Jorge Salinger (Comcast Cable Communications), 6) Oleh Sniezko (Aurora Networks)
    • Photo from left; 6), 5), 4), 3), 2), 1)
  • 2) See slide photo,
  • 3) See slide photo : HFC2025年までに技術予想。素晴らしいスライド
  • 5) See slide photo :
    • After all discussion, we don't need optical fiber in future. HFC is very expandable and supportable in future demand. But how long we can use HFC?
    • New trend; IP based Video service. With legacy services. If widely IP video service, we will overlay by optical fiber.
  • 4) See slide photo:
  • 6) See slide photo:

Wednesday General Session

  • Session 18, Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 9:15 AM - 10:45 AM, North Hall

A Conversation with the FCC Chairman

  • Julius Genachowski (Federal Communications Commission), Host: Michael Powell (NCTA)
  • M) Not Just cable….
    • J) Tech power open future. Esp. BB by cable is very important for education..economy.
  • M) BB How legacy to new service convergence?
    • J) FCC give flexibity on regulation. Of couce tech standard has update… Cable available 93% of US population. BB is very important for us. Need more fat pipe.
    • US lead 4G wireless, Inovative culture we have. Competitive video programing. Those are very big assets.
  • M) How about Cable and wireless?
    • J) Wireless industry change dramatically last 1-2years. Mobile device become more popular. Customer need more wireless not only silicon valley but nation wide. Spectrum crunch is its 25 time on smartphone, 40-100 time by tablet. Need free license spectrum. Comcast, TWC etc go to wireless delivery. Inovation in cable are right direction.
  • M) Next decade, what innovation happen on private sector?
    • J) 5 years ago , we think wireless is core to regulation, I think.
    • BB is key for innovation, BB is increase export service and products. BB make small enterprise competitive. Groupon is very good example. 80% of fortune 500 use online cracified ad.
  • M) on regulation, do something do not something. What do you think you should not?
    • J) Staff and agency focus on 1) 2) find what FCC need. 3) Few days ago, we release a report on media land scape rule (資本手中排除規制). Who and how save newspaper, local broadcaster…. 小池メモ;パウエルの前で萎縮するジェナコウスキー
  • M) BB report point out subscription adaptation. They can use, but not sign up. Why. Very impressive.
    • J) Those gap is very complicate. 1st more wire and wireless BB service, then fill up adaptation gap. 60% of BB is not enough for education and public service… New task force launch to BB.

Value Proposition Pannel: Cable’s Rising Role in the Modern Media Mix

  • Dramatic changes in both the entertainment and telecommunications industry continue to reverberate, but the cable industry continues to deliver a strong package of service to American consumers. In a world where seemingly “everything’s possible,” how will cable continue to play a strong role in delivering value? A top panel of industry insiders looks at today’s challenges and possibilities.
    • Moderator:1) Maria Bartiromo (CNBC), 2) Jerry Kent (CEO, Suddenlink Communications), 3) Ken Lowe (Scripps Networks Interactive), 4) Rob Marcus (Time Warner Cable), 5) Michael Willner (Insight Communications, Inc.)
    • Photo from left; 1),5),4), 3), 2)
      • 5) Nelsen start more deep research on multiple devices. Netflix? Big BB pipe on 90% of people, people choice them self. We have to aggregate contents for their convenience. Welcome to competition with us. 4) Netflix provides very reliable video delivery. Not live but very low cost high quality contents.
      • US contents provider has a low hanging fruit in international market.
      • How do you think TV Everywhere? 3) Simplicity, convenience, cost is very discussion issue. Definitely people want watch anytime any device any contents. 5) Technology solve consumer choice and demand. There are very options. They find out vest solution for each person's needs. High cost but live, low cost but take long wait… Retransmission consent is one issue.

Hearts, Minds and Commercials: Election Outlook 2012

  • During the 2008 presidential elections political advertising revenue on cable more than tripled as campaigns leveraged cable’s ability to get the right message to the right audience with the maximum impact. Now, with the 2012 elections nearing, top political campaign strategists provide their outlook for the elections with a focus on political advertising on local and national cable networks.
    • Moderator,1) Candy Crowley (CNN), 2) David Axelrod (Obama counsel), 3) Ed Gillespie (George Bush counsel)
    • photo from left; 1), 2), 3)
    • Campaign depend on Media, like email.
      • 3) text message, social media we build up very important. 2) Facebook is new comer. It is very important to keep contact with voter. All new technology is important. 2) to deliver a quality message to voter, Cable is very important. Especially geographical segment approach.

Reaching Out: Advertising Strategy for a Shifting Media Environment

  • Despite cable’s continued domination of household television viewing, media platforms and demographics are constantly changing, requiring advertisers to tread carefully through changing waters to reach viewers in a multi-screen market. Here, top advertising industry leaders speak about the ever-evolving advertising landscape, and how new ways of reaching people will alter the way products and services are presented and marketed.
    • Moderator, 1) Maria Bartiromo (CNBC), 2) Bill Koenigsberg (Horizon Media), 3) Tim Spengler (Initiative), 4) Bill Tucker (MediaVest? USA)
    • photo from left, 1), 4), 3), 2)

From the Advisors: FCC Legal Experts on Law and Policy

  • Session 21, Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Room S402
    • FCC Legal Advisors share observations and insights about legal issues surrounding cable television, wireline communications, the Internet, retransmission consent and more. Listen in and gain a deeper understanding of the legal and regulatory considerations that will influence forthcoming competitive battles for market share and service advancement.
  • Photo from left; 1)Cristina Pause(TWC), 2) Sherrese Smith (Office of Jenachowski), 3) Angela Giancarlo (Office of McDowell?), 4) Dave Grimaldi (Office of Clyburn), 5)Margaret McCarthy? (Office of Copps)
  • How about BB adaption?
    • 2) 63% of country connected. 4) small business need connection of BB under election period.
  • How about spectrum issue? Voluntary auction what going on?
    • 2) Lots of presser, form to congress and private sector. This is voluntary but big promotion is going on. We should this success.
    • 3) Boss said; This should truly voluntary base… still early stage of process. There are lots of many devices. Anyway we can cell D block and AWS spectrum. Possible
    • 4) Congress think FCC should be more flexible on spectrum issue. Competition for consumer's benefit. Voluntary is key issue.
    • 5) Voluntary is key word, Copps said.
    • 2) Broadcaster should think more benefit for public.
  • BB competition between land and wireless?
    • 3) Yes there are some up and down roller coaster. Now we have 1st country of LTE.
    • 4) Use mobile app. "Next bus coming" like that. Weather check is as same. All innovation is going on. Wireless adaption is issue to think about.
    • 5) I am reading recently, biggest growing sector is prepaid cell phone. Affordability is really key to adaption.
  • How about reform of USF?
    • 2) Maybe end of summer, we more clearfied USF issue.
    • 5) NBP and USF connected. Any commitment cannot say now.
    • 3) USF is difficult issue. Any deal has possible until September.
  • How about All Vid?
    • 2) This issue came on NBP. Last 2 years, private oppose All Vid. Samsung TV sample has truble. We should go forward, but new future.
    • 4) Boss discussion about this a lots. Still unclear All Vid, what consumer wants and need. Depend on consumer need, we should change direction.
  • How about retransmission consent?
    • 2) Always at yearend, holiday season, I cannot sleep well. A lot of deal is done without government concern. If we think major change necessary, congress should do this issue.
    • 4) Respect private base negotiation, but make some proposal to roll out government action. Very tricky issue.
  • How about program carrier
    • 2) Program carrier issue are back log.
  • Open video application come up recently, what about your boss think?
    • 2) This is not big change issue. OVDS is very complicate issue. It's take long time.
  • Open Internet issue?
    • 2) Very big truble.
    • 5) December rule apply begoriasly.

The Networked Network: TV Licensing for the Everywhere Era

  • Session 34, Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM, Room S404
    • A proliferation of television delivery platforms is transforming the programming business and sparking a new evaluation of content rights and distribution strategies. Senior executives from established and independent cable networks share ideas and perspectives with cable company programming officers in a candid exchange about the state of the content marketplace. Discovery points:
      • The influence of new media platforms
      • Strategies for program exposure
      • Balancing free exhibition with licensed relationships
  • Moderator: 1) Meg James (Los Angeles Times), 2) Bridget Baker (NBCUniversal), 3) Coleman Breland (Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.), 4) Mike Hopkins (Fox Networks), 5) Bill Myers (Starz Entertainment), 6) Allan Singer (Charter Communications), 7) Melinda Witmer (Time Warner Cable)
    • Photo from left; 7),6),5),4),3),2),1)
  • What are you doing for IP Video like Google TV, Netflix, iPad…?
    • 7) We doing a lots for new tech and service,
    • 5) We doing last 3 years, try to build-up a flexible platform we call.
    • 6) Three screen is gone, now everything.
    • 4) We doing business 2 years about this. Change old model to new model in video distribution. More video distribution on any type of channel and devices. NBC is leader, but we follow them.
    • 5) When VOD came, we confused. Now 7 years, someway all programmer make some monetized on VOD. Now IP Video delivery come, what we do…consumer need, we get into the business and build up some license. Screen is screen. End of the day, consumer need, they pay someway.
    • 2) New owner…what happen, New one is 100% owner, it is strong support and commitment ever. (used be GE and Vevendi). YouTube?, Hulu…legal online contents business is very important. Also quality contents need to success. Hulu has 6 years. Netflix is new, no data, what they think, we don't know.
    • 4) Programmer has to build up new eco-system on video delivery.
    • 3) More devices, this is consumer need, whoever win!
    • 5) This IP video business, we acquired a lot of new customer between 20 to 25 years and young.
    • 7) STB we (prog. Distri.) live in. now change. 6) STB is not only TV now. Distributer and Programmer has a big chance.
    • 7) iPad has great flexibility, morning I can watch news with breakfast… Very adjustable device and environiment. This iPad is adjustment period.
    • 3) We looking for devices like viewer rate. But now, everyone go around devices, complex. No common model anymore.
    • 2) Always we compare with music industry, but we are not same. We provide on demand for any devices.
  • TV Everywhere how far we go?
    • 6) Cablevision make almost great job for iPad, even TV Everywhere is going on. Middle size and small size company have very much talent guy, they create new approach.
    • 7) Consumers don't need device base license fee. It's not realistic.
  • Contents get cheaper?
    • 5) Never ever cheaper. No fee contents.
    • 2) Good quality contents are more expensive. But maybe in future, live contents like Olympic more expense. It's crazy. 4.3Billon TV fee! We are doing from 1983. Veiw experience development, people should watch live. Very strong live contents
    • 7) HQ is New York, but LA has more subscribers. Spanish channel growing.
    • 4) Sports event very strong contents bundle with. Because live.
    • 3) On demand, shift view, sports only contents to survive.
    • 6) top 25 % viewer focus on live contents, even HBO they don't care. Because anytime they can see. Live like sports is strong but more expense to acquire.
    • 7) Sports event strictly subscription per advertise fee model. It's very interesting future what happen.
    • 2) One seminar, I ask…Osama bin Radin die, how you know, all attendee say Facebook. No TV anymore.
    • 7) My big concern is change package. Now cable package, satellite package, IPTV package, Netflix package… If those business model change and mix every parts, it's what happen.

Houston, We Have a Solution: Cable CTOs on Innovation, Investment and Invention

  • Session 37, Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM, Room N426
    • Cable’s tech agenda takes center stage as Chief Technology Officers from leading cable operating and programming companies share investment priorities, assess key technology initiatives and talk about the most promising new possibilities in video and content delivery. Discovery points:
      • The IP migration: programmer platforms, operator outlooks
      • Wither the box? Strategies for serving multiple devices
      • Network architectures and content encoding for a data-centric world
  • Moderator: 1) Craig Moffett (Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.), 2) Mike LaJoie? (Time Warner Cable), 3) Chuck Pagano (ESPN, Inc.), 4) Tony Werner (Comcast Cable Communications), 5) Bob Zitter (Home Box Office, Inc.)
    • Photo from left, 1), 4), 5), 3), 2)
  • What TV Everywhere going on?
    • 2) iPad is same as TV Everywhere. TV-E is contents owner and distributer make high value subscriber plan. iPad delivery is difference video delivery. New video streaming. It's same as satellite, it's another STB for iPad.
    • 4) Authentication right on VOD is different of liner contents.
    • 5) HBO GO is send to CATV, satellite and IPTV. With authentication, encode many format and encoding many DRM… Our goal is multi-device distribution, if Ultra Violet come, it's great.
    • 3) iPad or any new one, authentication is not easy, gateway is working.
    • 2) IP base contents are TV-E, iPad is not format of IP base. This is CATV (RF) format distribution. After reach home, change IP signal. That’s defference.
    • 4) Devices connected with TV, so not a tablet, everything. Lots of platform connect like game console. But streaming to home is as same, it's home.
  • TV-E is ready in technical side?
    • 2) Audience measurement is currency for media business. Nelsen is doing sampling approach. They start many mobile device measurement except iOS. Apple not allow it.
  • How to mesure iPad user?
    • 4) Now technically difficulty, but soon solution come, I guess.
    • 2) Viewership is not follow on iOS. Maybe some answer will come.
  • 30% of peak traffic is Netflix… are you ready.
    • 4) We some point start multi-cast, until now it fortunately no trouble.
    • 2) From many year, Fast DOCSYS come, same question. No free meal. Netflix come we put more money to reaction. But no trouble on technical side.
    • 3) CCAP what? IP is making simple. We are doing IP because of simple. We have 15 control center and studio worldwide.
  • Silicon Valley think, Google TV computer model win,
    • 4) Cable apps are very valuable. Pandra, Skype signal whatever, Smart TV is built in app platform.
  • Smart phone Video is as same presentation like TV.
    • 2) STB is powerful for presentation. All kind of Web Contents, it's same period, more people watch TV. UI of course important.
    • 4) Maybe consumer can search contents which belong any source like CATV, Online or others. This is best story. UI is powerful. In future, this type of approach is appropriate…We put UI experience into cloud and delivery to any device which customer use anywhere, anytime. Same search engine, same UI need in future.
  • Who own recommendation engine?
    • 4) Recommendation is easy, depend on profile and history of user.
    • 2) HBO owe search engine, no show-up competitor show. Search engine by Netflix give a nice answer maybe. It is necessary neutral position.
  • Comcast this morning release RS-DVR service. What.
    • 4) still early stage to talk, Just we start small trial. Long term, we will be doing such service. Recording same time two good
    • 2) RS-DVR is one of time-shift trend devices. It's not same simple recording device. It is not technical issue, all business issue.
    • 4) Network DVR is more friendly, for customer.
  • what is worry about in 5 years?
    • 3) Bandwidth, network… but basically nothing very worry about.
    • 2) I don't know. There are lots of challenge …but no worry about seriously.

Thursday General Session

  • Thursday, June 16, 2011, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM, North Hall
  • Introduction and Welcome: David Zaslav (Discovery Communications)
    • Show has 60 years, very successful show this year.

Welcome & Introduction, A Conversation with Oprah

  • Interview:
    • Interview Host: Paula Zahn (Investigation Discovery)
    • Oprah Winfrey (OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network)
      • She has agreement with Discovery CH. Start new show from Jan. 2012.

Special Address: America's Commitment to Military Families

  • Dr. Jill Biden -- a reknowned educator and spouse to the nation's Vice President -- will share with the cable industry her vision of America's commitment to supporting military families. Dr. Biden will discuss the White House initiative to support our troops and their loved ones and will explain how cable companies and executives can enhance the effort.
    • Dr. Jill Biden ("Joining Forces" Initiative to Support Military Families)ジル・バイデン

Brian Roberts (Comcast Corporation) Special Presentation

  • Next Gen Xfinity TV, Cloud Service.
    • Start form Georgia. TV and On Demand integrade. Search system has reinforced.
    • Last bottom (recent watch program)
    • On demand search by cloud more powerful.
    • MyTV, personalization and recommendation
    • apps; weather, traffic, Pandora, Facebook  (app storeの紹介なし?)
    • Cable modem, 1996 1_2Mbps, 200 BB 100Mbps, 2012 1Gbps Service show up

Generation Next: Leveraging the Network for a New Era of Innovation

  • The performance, reliability and breadth of capability of cable’s next-generation broadband platform is beginning to unleash a powerful new world of connectivity, communications and entertainment. Will technical, regulatory and marketplace challenges prevent cable’s robust networks from delivering all that consumers are demanding? Hear from leading business visionaries the best way to leverage the huge potential of our broadband delivery system so that cable can maintain its competitive edge.
  • Moderator, 1) Erin Burnett (CNN), 2) Sanjay Jha (Motorola Mobility), 3) Brian Roberts (Comcast Corporation), 4) Thomas Rutledge (Cablevision Systems Corporation)
  • from left; 1), 2), 4), 3)
    • 2) 3 Screen life, cross contents.
    • 3) Cable challenge now to rewire. BB build new business. Wi-Fi and cable convine at home. Many devices connect each other. So exciting.
    • 4) Phone connect TV, PC connect… watch TV and control devices. TV become multi navigation platform.
  • Contents still King?
    • 3) There are no king, no queen. We help each other. (TWC vs. Viacom??) We have NBC, more innovate. GE did not do everything, There are so many thing to do on programing.
    • 2) All distributer and programmer become web-based technology.
    • 4) Wi-Fi service in NY, NJ area. Traditonal cable service is not enogh.
    • 3) We increase BB speed, more customer come each year. Faster speed cable and Wi-Fi joint service is more important. Customer wants eco-system. Total solution.
  • No more STB era?
    • 3) Next few years, change STB. It's more services, performance, any devices we provide same service.
    • 4) Devices become small and high performance, it will work like STB. Programing become more interactive, it's exiting.
    • 3) We are not forget TV, beautiful big screen. BB are not exist Google. Such different world.

Applications Accepted: Devices, Developers and the Transformation of Media

  • Innovative devices and powerful broadband platforms are transforming how we consume all kinds of content in the home and on the go. Creative apps from top developers are making everything from TV and shopping to reading and travel efficient, interactive, social and fun! Listen as the top creative talent from today’s powerhouse content, search, streaming and interactive entertainment companies share their vision for a fully connected, data-driven, app-centric future.
  • Moderator, 1) Michael Powell (NCTA), 2) Tim Baxter (Samsung Electronics America), 3) Sean Bratches (ESPN, Inc.), 4) Eric Kessler (Home Box Office, Inc.)
    • From left; 1), 4), 3), 2)
  • How recently?
    • 4) HBO brand is more important and promotes more brands. Technical challenge on deferent devices.
    • 3) We try to provide best experience, especially sports event which liner program. Brand view point, sports fan be focused, best experience. Different device like smart phone should engaged with social network. New event like athletes twitted with fan.
  • TV become more computer like. How do you think?
    • 2) TV, Smart phone…has more CPU power. Brian mentioned, cloud base solution become more common. Contents, device, distribution more integrated and more complicate.
    • 4) Contents for BB are lots of free, this is huge impact. One of our decision is app. strategy reinforce. HBO GO like. DVD is good business, but more people want watch anywhere anytime any device. Put more information into Blue ray Disk.
    • 2) 40Mil TV sell year, our business is providing good device to consumer. New universal remote control launch recently.

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