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Getting Down to Virtual BusinessGetting Down to Virtual Business

11:40 AM Even if you won't be in NYC for our BIG cable biz event Thursday, you can still catch part of it live via the Intertubes

Jeff Baumgartner

December 2, 2009

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Getting Down to Virtual Business

11:40 AM -- Even if you won't be with us in New York City tomorrow for our third annual The Future of Cable Business Services event, you can still be there on a virtual basis for a portion of it. (See Cable Sets Business Sights Higher.)

As part of our coverage, we're offering access to a FREE!!! live Webinar at 2 p.m. Eastern Time tomorrow (Dec. 3) that features a keynote presentation by Denisse Goldbarg, the VP of marketing and training for Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC)'s Business Class division, as well as a follow-up roundtable discussion with her and Ciena Corp. (NYSE: CIEN) solutions marketing director Taylor Salman. Heavy Reading senior analyst Alan Breznick will be leading that discussion and fielding questions.

Again, the event is FREE!!! All you have to do is register, so we hope you can join us for what should be an informative and lively discussion about cable's continued foray into commercial services, considered to be one of the industry's next big growth opportunities.

Also, starting tomorrow morning, we'll be posting continuous coverage of the event throughout the day, so please do pay us a visit or three.

— Jeff Baumgartner, Site Editor, Cable Digital News

About the Author(s)

Jeff Baumgartner

Senior Editor, Light Reading, Light Reading

Jeff Baumgartner is a Senior Editor for Light Reading and is responsible for the day-to-day news coverage and analysis of the cable and video sectors. Follow him on X and LinkedIn.

Baumgartner also served as Site Editor for Light Reading Cable from 2007-2013. In between his two stints at Light Reading, he led tech coverage for Multichannel News and was a regular contributor to Broadcasting + Cable. Baumgartner was named to the 2018 class of the Cable TV Pioneers.

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