The Steering Committee for the unprecedented Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement that NCTA and CEA announced last December convened its second meeting in Denver last Friday to continue implementation of the significant commitments that will lead to annual energy savings of $1.5 billion for American consumers.
By Neal Goldberg, NCTA and Doug Johnson, CEA
The unprecedented, voluntary Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement that NCTA and CEA announced last December was just the first step in the multichannel video industry’s effort to implement significant commitments that will lead to annual savings of $1.5 billion for American consumers.
[EDITOR’S NOTE: This look at innovation, as written by guest contributor Russell Howard, first appeared in longer form on The Cable Show’s blog.]
The cable industry has deservedly built its reputation on innovation.
As part of this year’s CableCares initiatives, Hunt.Fish.Feed volunteers prepared and served meals at the downtown Los Angeles’ Union Rescue Mission.
This experience brought to you by: Michelle Scheuremann, Sportsman Channel
The Media Reception at the 2010 Cable Show, May 10, 2010, featuring an interview with Brian Santo, Editor of CED Magazine.
This experience brought to you by: Stewart Schley, Industry Analyst.
The TV Rejects played last night’s Battle of the Bands Charity Fundraiser for CableCares. Check out their post-rehearsal interview.
TV Rejects line up:
Mike Grebb (CableFax) on guitar.
Comcast CEO Hints at Canoe Chief
NCTA Tech Sessions Preview
Panasonic Showcases Tru2way Tech at Cable Show ‘08
Motorola and Cisco show off SDV tuning adapters
Samsung Shows Tru2way Technologies
The CableNET Booth tour at The Cable Show
NCTA and TiVo Announce Progress on Switched Digital Adapter for TiVo DVRs
The Cable Show (Day Two): A devastation tour, future-gazing and fragmentation
Convention Buzz: Strong Results and WiMax (Michael’s Insight blog)