Kagan VOD and Basic Cable Network Conferences to Tackle Implications of 39.2 mil. On-Demand Cable Television Households by 2008, Double Current Access

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Two Kagan conferences to be held in New York City, June 28 - 29, bring together leading cable television executives, including cable operators, programmers and technologists. Kagan's sixth annual VOD Summit addresses developments in the on-demand sector and Kagan's Economics of Basic Cable Conference analyzes the economics of new and existing cable networks.

Two Kagan conferences to be held in New York City, June 28 - 29, bring together leading cable television executives, including cable operators, programmers and technologists. Kagan's sixth annual VOD Summit addresses developments in the on-demand sector and Kagan's Economics of Basic Cable Conference analyzes the economics of new and existing cable networks.

With nearly 20 mil. homes now wired for VOD access, Kagan Research projects this number to nearly double to 39.2 mil. by the end of 2008.

Given the tremendous growth in deployments planned for the on-demand television space, what are the challenges and opportunities now facing operators, programmers, technologists and investors? Which revenue strategies and economic tactics are the right ones to adopt at this stage? Going forward, what are the best programming and advertising models for start-ups and incumbents? What are the competitive concerns for long-term viability? Who are the likely winners and losers, and why?

These questions and more will be featured at these two events:

Kagan VOD Summit - Tuesday, June 28, 2005

– HD on Demand: The Risks and Rewards of Pushing High-Def VOD

– VOD for Programmers: How To Expand Programming Choices In The New Frontier of VOD

– Insert AD Here: Exploring Ad Opportunities in the Emerging On-Demand Model

– Capitalizing on Applications: Leveraging Server Infrastructure Beyond Traditional Content Delivery

Moderators: Derek Baine, Ian Olgeirson and Deana Myers

Economics of Basic Cable Networks Conference - Wednesday, June 29, 2005

– Secrets of Successful Launches: Today's Network Favorites Discuss How They Got There

– Cable Network Start-up Strategies & Business Models: The New Economics Means Cash Is No Longer King

– America's Inatiable Appetite for Sports Programming: Survivors & Rising Stars

– Cable Network Economics from the Operator Viewpoint: What Goes Into The Decision Process When Adding New Networks?

Moderators: Derek Baine and Deana Myers

For more information or to view an event's speaker roster, please visit http://www.kagan.com

Where:

Park Lane Hotel

36 Central Park South, New York, NY 10019

To Register:

Online via http://www.kagan.com
Call 1-800-307-2529.

By fax 1-831-625-3225.

Or to register by mail, please send check and registration information to:

Kagan Research, LLC

File 30540, PO Box 60000

San Francisco, CA 94160 USA

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