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Cisco’s Immersive Television of the Future, Merging Broadband and High-Value Content

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – Cisco is demonstrating how immersive technologies of the near-future will include broadband television from a wall-screen display. The goal is to demonstrate a future use of its Videoscape Unity Platform, being launched here today. These technologies will integrate broadcast, social and user-generated-technology.

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LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – Cisco is demonstrating how immersive technologies of the near-future will include broadband television from a wall-screen display. The goal is to demonstrate a future use of its Videoscape Unity Platform, being launched here today. These technologies will integrate broadcast, social and user-generated-technology.

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Here is an example of how the technology can be used by telecom service providers.

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Panelists from Cox Communications, Liberty Global, BSkyB, Fox Broadcasting and Major League Baseball talk about “TV Everywhere,” the complications of Digital Rights Management, and the way that the tablet (particularly the iPad) are influencing the broadband television environment.

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Follow Broadband Breakfast’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show at http://twitter.com/broadbandcensus. Our goals for CES are to promote the upcoming series of Broadband Breakfast Club events; to get the latest information on how broadband is driving digital technologies in 2013; and to test ideas for a book on technology, broadband, and digital media that Broadband Breakfast’s Publisher Drew Clark plan to write in 2013. He is on Google+ and Twitter.

Drew Clark is the Editor and Publisher of BroadbandBreakfast.com and a nationally-respected telecommunications attorney at The CommLaw Group. He has closely tracked the trends in and mechanics of digital infrastructure for 20 years, and has helped fiber-based and fixed wireless providers navigate coverage, identify markets, broker infrastructure, and operate in the public right of way. The articles and posts on Broadband Breakfast and affiliated social media, including the BroadbandCensus Twitter feed, are not legal advice or legal services, do not constitute the creation of an attorney-client privilege, and represent the views of their respective authors.

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Public Knowledge Celebrates 20 Years of Helping Congress Get a Clue on Digital Rights

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Screenshot of Gigi Sohn from Public Knowledge's 20th anniversary event

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – Cisco is demonstrating how immersive technologies of the near-future will include broadband television from a wall-screen display. The goal is to demonstrate a future use of its Videoscape Unity Platform, being launched here today. These technologies will integrate broadcast, social and user-generated-technology.

20130107-142243.jpg

Here is an example of how the technology can be used by telecom service providers.

20130107-142824.jpg

Panelists from Cox Communications, Liberty Global, BSkyB, Fox Broadcasting and Major League Baseball talk about “TV Everywhere,” the complications of Digital Rights Management, and the way that the tablet (particularly the iPad) are influencing the broadband television environment.

20130107-143100.jpg

Follow Broadband Breakfast’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show at http://twitter.com/broadbandcensus. Our goals for CES are to promote the upcoming series of Broadband Breakfast Club events; to get the latest information on how broadband is driving digital technologies in 2013; and to test ideas for a book on technology, broadband, and digital media that Broadband Breakfast’s Publisher Drew Clark plan to write in 2013. He is on Google+ and Twitter.

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U.S. and EU Privacy and Intellectual Property Landscape Complicate Data Use Requirements

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Photo of Lee Tiedrich in February 2020 from the Regulatory Review on Twitter

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – Cisco is demonstrating how immersive technologies of the near-future will include broadband television from a wall-screen display. The goal is to demonstrate a future use of its Videoscape Unity Platform, being launched here today. These technologies will integrate broadcast, social and user-generated-technology.

20130107-142243.jpg

Here is an example of how the technology can be used by telecom service providers.

20130107-142824.jpg

Panelists from Cox Communications, Liberty Global, BSkyB, Fox Broadcasting and Major League Baseball talk about “TV Everywhere,” the complications of Digital Rights Management, and the way that the tablet (particularly the iPad) are influencing the broadband television environment.

20130107-143100.jpg

Follow Broadband Breakfast’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show at http://twitter.com/broadbandcensus. Our goals for CES are to promote the upcoming series of Broadband Breakfast Club events; to get the latest information on how broadband is driving digital technologies in 2013; and to test ideas for a book on technology, broadband, and digital media that Broadband Breakfast’s Publisher Drew Clark plan to write in 2013. He is on Google+ and Twitter.

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In Google v. Oracle, Supreme Court Hears Landmark Fair Use Case on Software Copyright

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Photo of Tom Goldstein from the Peabody Award used with permission

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – Cisco is demonstrating how immersive technologies of the near-future will include broadband television from a wall-screen display. The goal is to demonstrate a future use of its Videoscape Unity Platform, being launched here today. These technologies will integrate broadcast, social and user-generated-technology.

20130107-142243.jpg

Here is an example of how the technology can be used by telecom service providers.

20130107-142824.jpg

Panelists from Cox Communications, Liberty Global, BSkyB, Fox Broadcasting and Major League Baseball talk about “TV Everywhere,” the complications of Digital Rights Management, and the way that the tablet (particularly the iPad) are influencing the broadband television environment.

20130107-143100.jpg

Follow Broadband Breakfast’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show at http://twitter.com/broadbandcensus. Our goals for CES are to promote the upcoming series of Broadband Breakfast Club events; to get the latest information on how broadband is driving digital technologies in 2013; and to test ideas for a book on technology, broadband, and digital media that Broadband Breakfast’s Publisher Drew Clark plan to write in 2013. He is on Google+ and Twitter.

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