[opendtv] ``IBM and the Future of TV'' Podcast

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  • Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 00:54:12 -0400

     IBM to Release ``IBM and the Future of TV'' Podcast
     - Apr 17, 2006 01:18 PM (BusinessWire)
     - http://www.quote.com/home/news/story.asp?story=57682176


ARMONK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 17, 2006--IBM announced today
that the 12th podcast in the series "IBM and the Future of . . ." will
begin today on its investor Website. The podcast is called "IBM and
the Future of TV."

"IBM and the Future of TV" discusses the profound changes shaping
the way billions of people get their news, culture, education and
entertainment. As technology evolves, consumers are getting more and
more choices for media content, when to receive it, and how to
experience it. This is leading to increasing market fragmentation,
which is challenging established media, programmers, and advertisers -
and creating vast new opportunities for the expanding media and
entertainment industry.

The podcast is hosted by Ethan McCarty and features a discussion
with Saul J. Berman, IBM Business Consulting Services strategy and
change leader for Americas Media and Entertainment, and Steven L.
Canepa, IBM vice president for Global Media and Entertainment

The podcast will be available on IBM's investor Web site, at


While the current information on its investor Web site is largely
historical, IBM's podcast series discusses both general technology
trends and IBM innovations in a variety of emerging business and
technology areas.

Future topics will include "IBM and the Future of . . ." commuting
and the corporation.

Other podcasts in the series can be downloaded at



             Jorge Alberni, 914-642-4722



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