NEW YORK, Jan. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Time Warner and Time Warner Cable
showcase the latest offering of industry-leading digital products and
services, as well as successful digital initiatives from Time Warner's
other businesses, at Home to the Future (www.hometothefuture.com) -- a
four-story, interactive installation built inside the Time Warner Center at
New York City's Columbus Circle -- open to the public January 17 for three
Home to the Future will welcome visitors into a luminescent, four-story
fabric cube that features Time Warner Cable's latest offering of innovative
digital products and services. Surrounding the shell of the exhibit will be
installations of a family room and a kitchen, as well as two bedrooms. Each
room will demonstrate the many benefits of integrating digital technologies
into one's daily routine.
Conceived and constructed by world-renowned designer Edwin Schlossberg
of ESI Design, Home to the Future is expected to attract nearly one million
New Yorkers and tourists to the Time Warner Center, and will give them the
opportunity to connect with the innovative digital experiences from Time
Warner Cable and Time Warner's other brands in a futuristic environment.
Mr. Schlossberg, founder and principal designer of ESI Design, said:
"The groundbreaking Home to the Future design weaves technology into a cool
physical experience that enables individuals to connect with the Time
Warner's digital products and services in a dynamic, theatrical
environment. Home to the Future is one of the many innovative ways that
Time Warner Cable and Time Warner are better defining their brands to key
audiences, connecting directly with customers and developing solutions that
positively impact those customers' lives."
B-ROLL: Exhibit Unveiling, Tony Bennett Performance, Soundbites with
Tony Bennett, Ed Schlossberg -- Principal Designer, ESI Design, Richard D.
Parsons -- Chairman and CEO, Time Warner Inc., Jeffrey L. Bewkes --
President and COO, Time Warner Inc., Glenn A. Britt -- President and CEO
Time Warner Cable and Behind the Scenes Exhibit Construction
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SOURCE Freud Communications