BOSTON -- INTX -- Now in its second year of being known as the Internet & Television Expo, the once-sprawling Cable Show is trying to adapt to a new age. As exhibitor and attendee numbers have declined, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association has brought in new representatives from the telco, media and Internet industries. The show doesn't have the same bustling and exuberant feel it once had, but on the other hand, the session content was stellar in 2016, and the conference is still unmissable for anyone doing business in the cable sector.
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— Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, Light Reading