FyreTV to Exhibit at Mainstream Cable Show in Chicago

Bob Johnson

MIAMI — Adult IPTV service provider FyreTV has announced that it will be exhibiting at the 2011 Cable Show at McCormick Place convention center in Chicago June 14-16.

The company said the Cable Show is the largest annual event of its kind and this year will feature a keynote from former Obama Chief of Staff and current Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel.

FyreTV said it will be exhibiting alongside mainstream content providers like National Geographic, ESPN, Disney, HBO, A&E, Bravo, BBC America, MTV, BET, Discovery, C-Span, HSN, IFC, Lifetime, NBC, CBS, OWN, Univision, HDNet and more.

“Based off our successful implementation with Toya in Poland we are fully ready to integrate the true FyreTV experience with forward thinking MSOs that have deployed or are building IP services for their subscribers,” said Josh Stevens, director of marketing.

He added, “We have received a number of inquiries from tier 1 operators that are looking for a proper ROI from their new interactive offerings, and are excited about being in millions of homes across the country and around the world in a relatively short time frame.”

FyreTV said it will be available for meetings and demos throughout the course of the event. Interested press and attendees can request a meeting in advance or stop by booth number 1917.