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Call for Leading Lights Entries

September 28 entry deadline for Light Reading's Leading Lights Awards is coming up!

NEW YORK -- Light Reading (http://www.lightreading.com), the world's leading online communications publication, today reiterated its call for nominees for the industry's leading awards program, the Leading Lights Awards.

The deadline for Leading Lights Award nominations is September 28. The awards program is completely free to enter and there are 10 exciting award categories in this year's program.

The awards categories are: Reader's Choice Person of the Year, Best Investment Potential (public company), Best New Product (one each for both public and private company), Best New Service (both public and private company), Best Marketing (both public and private company), Best M&A Strategy (public company), and Top IPO or M&A Candidate (private company).

For complete details on the Leading Lights Awards, the venue, the Awards entry form, sponsorship opportunities, and the rules of the contest, go to: http://www.lightreading.com/leadinglights.

Light Reading's Leading Lights Awards will be announced at a special gala dinner on Monday, October 15, 2007, following the first day of Light Reading's Ethernet Expo in New York City. This change in venue will pair Light Reading's most successful conference series with the industry's most prestigious awards program.

Light Reading's reputation for fiercely independent analysis makes this the most credible and authoritative awards program in the industry - and provides telecom companies with a superlative opportunity to evangelize their expertise and success.

Again, the deadline for Leading Lights Award nominations is September 28.

Finalists for one category - the Reader's Choice Person of the Year - have already been announced, and the finalists profiled here: http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=132369. For that category, reader votes will influence our editor's decision as to who wins the only individual award given out this year. To cast your vote for Person of the Year, please visit: http://www.lightreading.com/survey_page.asp?survey_id=347.

Finalists for all other award categories will be announced during the first week in October.

Contact:
Amy Averbook
Director of Corporate Marketing
Light Reading
[email protected]
212-925-0020 x112

About Light Reading
Founded in 2000, Light Reading (http://www.lightreading.com) is the ultimate source for technology and financial analysis of the communications industry, leading the media sector in terms of traffic, content, and reputation. It reaches an extensive audience of executives and technologists within the telecom and enterprise networking communities, as well as the financial/industry analysts and investors who track these sectors. Light Reading was acquired by United Business Media in August 2005, and operates as a unit of CMP Technology.

About CMP
CMP (http://www.cmp.com) is a media and marketing solutions company serving the technology industry. With the leading online, event, and print brands in all technology market categories, and with services and tools that reach beyond traditional advertising, CMP shapes and influences the technology industry worldwide. CMP publishes highly respected media brands such as TechWeb, InformationWeek, ChannelWeb, CRN, EE Times, and TechOnline; produces major industry events such as Interop, Web 2.0 Expo, XChange, Game Developer Conference, and the Embedded Systems Conferences; and provides business information and marketing services such as the International Customer Management Institute, Semiconductor Insights, and Second Life consulting for technology marketers. CMP is a subsidiary of United Business Media (http://www.unitedbusinessmedia.com), a global provider of news distribution and specialist information services with a market capitalization of more than $3 billion. For more CMP news, go to cmp.com/news.

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