About The Cable Center
Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, The Cable Center is the nonprofit, educational organization serving the cable telecommunications industry. We tell the story of the cable industry. The Cable Center is home to the Cable Hall of Fame, recognizing individuals for their outstanding contributions to the industry, and of the Barco Library, the world’s largest collection of cable-related information and resources. The work of The Cable Center focuses on five core areas: The Cable Hall of Fame, The Cable History Project, Cable Today &Tomorrow, Academic Community Programs and Customer Experience Central.
About The Cable Hall of Fame Celebration
The industry's best networking event, The Cable Hall of Fame honors those in the cable industry who have made a lasting contribution to the advancement of the industry. In 2014, the Celebration was the 17th anniversary of the event; since 1998,102 men and women have been inducted. Cable Hall of Fame inductees are chosen by their peers based on their leadership, innovation and contributions to the industry and their influence upon the people, communities, organizations and institutions served by telecommunications. The 2015 Cable Hall of Fame Celebration will be held in Chicago on May 5 in conjunction with The Cable Show.
The Cable Center's annual report provides an overview of the past years’ programs and activities; operations and financial status. Detailed financial and operational information can be found in the back section of the report. These reports can be viewed online in the following PDF format:
If you would like a hard copy for this year or previous years, please contact our Marketing Department.
The Cable Center’s monthly newsletter, Centerpiece, shares updates, accomplishments, and program information. Read about what is happening at The Center…