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OSP TV to Deliver Insights and Predictions from Telecom’s Brightest Leaders at OSP EXPO 2014

OSP® continues to lead the way in telecom network education with their unprecedented interview line-up of industry leaders from companies you know and admire. Interviews will take place in the OSP TV™ Studio at OSP EXPO® 2014 from October 1 – 2, 2014 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore Maryland. Attendees and exhibitors can check out the live shoots in the OSP TV Studio, sponsored in part by JDSU, as OSP magazine gathers valuable insights and 2015 predictions from OSP Magazine’s “Game Changers”, our opening and closing keynote speakers and top-notch industry experts. Our Women in Telecom interviews are not to be missed as we discuss the importance of female leadership within the telecom landscape. OSP TV delivers a broad spectrum of executives representing the pillars of the industry – providers, vendors, and educators – in our state-of-the-art OSP TV Studio, Booth 1200 on the OSP EXPO exhibit floor. Expect to be inspired by this impactful roster of telecom’s best and brightest. No doubt you’ll get valuable tactics you can use to grow your company.

OSP TV Studio interviews will take place Wednesday, October 1 from 12:15 PM – 5:00 PM, and Thursday, October 2 from 12:15 PM – 3:00 PM on the OSP EXPO exhibit floor in Booth 1200. Attendees may view the live feed on one of 4 plasma screen monitors located throughout the exhibit floor. Recordings of each interview will be available for viewing after OSP EXPO on our website at http://www.ospmag.com/expo/studio.

The OSP TV Studio interview line-up includes:

  • Tom Maguire, Senior Vice President, National Operations Support - Verizon
  • Chris Levendos, Vice President, Network Transformation, Strategic Initiatives & Performance Management – Verizon
  • Eugene Agee, Vice President Procurement and Real Estate – Sprint
  • Fraser Pajak, CEO - QuEST Forum
  • Johnny Hill, Chief Operating Officer - Clearfield
  • S. Gale Green, RCDD, PMP® Telecommunications, Information Technology - Texas A&M University
  • Kevin Morgan, Director of Marketing - ADTRAN
  • Mike Grice, Chief Technical Officer - All Systems Broadband
  • Dario De Paolis, Vice President/General Manager - Light Brigade
  • Stacey Walden Thompson, Assistant Vice President – Construction and Engineering - AT&T
  • Donald McCarty, President - McCarty Products
  • Paula Doublin, Assistant Vice President – Antenna Solutions Group, Construction and Engineering - AT&T
  • Allen Pitts, President, Americas Region - Eltek
  • Kevin Borders, Director of Product Marketing - Alpha Technologies
  • Joseph Delio C.E.T.sr, Director of Business Development - ETA® International
  • Randy Frantz, Global Director of Telecommunications and LBS – Esri

“The live interviews at the OSP TV Studio on the OSP EXPO exhibit floor are a perfect example of what makes our event so exciting,” said Trish Henry, Director of Partnerships and Custom Events, PCI, Inc., parent company of OSP magazine and OSP EXPO. “Attendees and exhibitors can watch the action as it happens live, and have the chance to get up close and personal with the professionals who make things happen in the telecom industry.”

The OSP EXPO 2014 exhibit floor is nearly sold out. Over 54% of OSP EXPO attendees are armed with purchasing authority or influence, making OSP EXPO 2014 the must-attend telecom tradeshow for everything network related.

For complete information about OSP EXPO 2014 and to register, visit ospmag.com/expo. Registration is free; when prompted, enter priority code OSP2014C.

About OSP EXPO

OSP EXPO is owned by Practical Communications Incorporated (PCI), a world-class publisher of technology information resources, dedicated to advancing technology businesses with niche magazines and trade shows. OSP EXPO, will bring together OSP professionals from the ILEC, IOC and CLEC communities delivering the latest OSP technologies and seminars offering attendees the opportunity to receive continuing education credits from BICSI and ETA. The Network Solutions Marketplace, OSP EXPO 2014, will take place September 30 – October 2 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

For complete information about OSP EXPO 2014 and to register, visit ospmag.com/expo. Registration is free; when prompted, enter priority code OSP2014C.

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