Technology globetrotter

Werner, Tony
June 2005
CED;Jun2005, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p58
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Tony Werner, SVP and CTO of Liberty Media. When asked about the technical difference between The United States and international cable systems, he refers to quality of people and the networks. He says that Japan is a good place to be a cable operator and praises it for its high quality cable network market. He further mentions that Voice over Internet Protocol is one of the first highly profitable services the cable industry has had, which also attract to a lower demographic.


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