03.14.2002 12:00 AM
NCTA Announces Major Speakers for Cable 2002
The National Cable & Telecommunications Association has scheduled the first group of speakers to be featured at Cable 2002, the NCTA's 51st annual convention and exhibition to be held in New Orleans, May 5-8. The speakers will appear at the opening and closing general sessions.

The Opening General Session on Monday, May 6, will be hosted by Ron Insana, co-host of CNBC's Business Center. Insana will moderate a panel featuring:

* Richard D. Parsons, the co-COO of AOL Time Warner Inc., who will become the CEO in May;
* Brian Roberts, president and CEO of Comcast Corp.;
* Michael Willner, the president of Insight Communications Inc.

The annual "state of the industry" address will be delivered during the session by Robert Sachs, the NCTA president & CEO.

Wednesday's Closing General Session will feature:

* Glenn Britt, chairman and CEO of Time Warner Cable;
* Rocco Commisso, chairman & CEO of Mediacom LLC;
* James Robbins, president & CEO of Cox Communications Inc.;
* Carl Vogel, president & CEO of Charter Communications;
* Maggie Wilderotter, president and CEO, Wink Communications

More information is available at www.cable2002.com

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