Thinking inside the [cable] box

September 2005
CED;Sep2005, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p32
Trade Publication
Presents an interview of Joshua Goldman, Chief Executive Officer of Akimbo Systems Inc. Information on the Real Simple Syndication Technology, recently launched by Akimbo; Discussion on the issues undertaken by Akimbo at the Cable and Telecommunication Associations for Marketing summit; Importance of going beyond the original retail model for Akimbo.


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