Washington, DC--What will the broadband home of today (and the near future) offer to students and their parents? The answer can be seen now as part of cableINNOVATES, the hands-on display--set up to resemble the elements of a fully integrated "broadband home"--which was officially opened this month in Washington, DC.

Cable in the Classroom has set up the cableINNOVATES Learning Station as part of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's new exhibit at its Capitol Hill headquarters. The exhibit showcases the wide array of interactive video, high-speed Internet and digital voice products and services that cable operators are now,...

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