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The archived version of today's BBWN Radio with Jeff Finkelstein of Cox Communications is here: http://www.broadbandworldnews.com/radio.asp?doc_id=742884

Author

Thanks to Jeff Finkelstein of Cox Communications for an information- and humor-packed show. Really enjoyed the broadcast. Hope you did too; if you did, please share it with friends and colleagues!

Author

Thanks for joining us.

Author

Thank you!

Narrowbander

Yes, Jeff is famtastic. So knowledgeable!

Author

If you have questions for Jeff, please post them! I will ask them for you.

Author

https://www.lightreading.com/cable/docsis/here-comes-docsis-40/d/d-id/743285 

Author

Hi Steve, the archive is available as soon as the radio show ends.

 

Narrowbander

Not working for me - will try to catch the recording - please inform me when the audio recording is available - Thanks.

You should be able to hear the first few minutes of the show in the archive, which will be available almost immediately after the live show ends.

Author

i refreshd browser and now it works

Narrowbander

If you cannot hear the radio show, please refresh your browser to hear Jeff and Alison!

 

Narrowbander

Must be frustrating

 

Narrowbander

He began as an installer at Cox!

Author

no we do not.

Narrowbander

We are only at the beginning at the show; Jeff is answering a questsion about his background and his role.

Author

I apologize. We are having tech problems but they are working to fix it.

Author

Hi everyone, please refresh your browser and the audio player should load. Apologies for the issue!

Narrowbander

is the show live?  i can't hear anything...

Narrowbander

just hear Alison whispering

 

Narrowbander

Okay, I'll be patient and wait

Narrowbander

i can't hear much either

 

Narrowbander

They are working on it. Stick with us please

Author

I'd love to hear Jeff talk about his plans for DOCSIS.mext

 

Narrowbander

Yes, someone is on it. Sorry.

Author

Good Morning Alison, I beleive I can hear you right now. Nothing else at this time. 

Narrowbander

we can hear you,veery low. sounds like you are having tech issues.

Narrowbander

No.  Providing input and reaching a consensus is all I want and need.

Narrowbander

looking forward to hearing from Jeff

 

Narrowbander

Would you like a job where your main or sole responsibility was developing your organization's technology direction? (Or do you already have that role?)

Author

This will be an awesome event. Must say, I am excited at the opportunity to speak to Jeff about some of the many responsibilities he has at Cox and some of the work he does for the industry. If you'd like to do some prep, my colleague Alan Bresnick just wrote a great article (a scoop no less!) on Jeff's work on DOCSIS 4.0 (if that's what it ends up being called). Here is the article: Here Comes DOCSIS 4.0

Author

PLEASE NOTE THIS RADIO SHOW WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY 24TH MAY AT 1PM EDT. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THEN!

 

Narrowbander

Looking forward to the discussion

Narrowbander

Looking forward to the show.

Gigamaster

Hello ...looking forward to the radio live chat on May 22nd!

Narrowbander

Good day panelists!

Narrowbander

Really looking forward to this show!

Narrowbander


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