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SlideshowPhotos: Cable Business Services NYC
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Light Reading's second one-day event this week -- The Future of Cable Business Services -- just wrapped up yesterday afternoon. It featured speakers from Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) and Cox Communications Inc. , among others, discussing the opportunities for providing services to the business market via a modern cable infrastructure.

What follows are some photos from the day's proceedings. Please click on the image below to launch the slideshow and navigate using the arrows above each pic:

Photos by the great Matt Carr/Getty Images. The captions, though, are not his fault.

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bobflorian,
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12/5/2012 | 5:16:41 PM
re: Photos: Cable Business Services NYC


It would be great if these could be displayed as one continuous page of photos. Clicking on a new page per photo is taking forever.

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