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INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)

STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)
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CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN

CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN
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THE RIGHT EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ENHANCES LEARNING; NEW REPORT PROVIDES GUIDANCE AND OFFERS CAUTION

THE RIGHT EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ENHANCES LEARNING; NEW REPORT PROVIDES GUIDANCE AND OFFERS CAUTION
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CABLE 2002 TO SHOWCASE THE CUTTING EDGE OF CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY

CABLE 2002 TO SHOWCASE THE CUTTING EDGE OF CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY
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NCTA Releases White Paper on The Transition To Digital Television

"While progress in making the digital transition has not been as swift as many would like, and some hurdles remain, developments in the marketplace and an increasing level of cooperation among all DTV stakeholders indicate that the transition is taking hold."
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NEW BUSINESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL CABLE 2002 EDUCATION SEMINAR

NEW BUSINESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL CABLE 2002 EDUCATION SEMINAR
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STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA IN REACTION TO INTRODUCTION OF PRIVACY BILL BY COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN FRITZ HOLLINGS (D-SD)

STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA IN REACTION TO INTRODUCTION OF PRIVACY BILL BY COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN FRITZ HOLLINGS (D-SD)
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Statement of Marc O. Smith, Spokesman, NCTA in Reaction to Request of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) For GAO Study of Cable Prices

NCTA believe that GAO's examination of cable pricing issues will confirm conclusions reached previously by the FCC and the Bureau of Labor Statistics - that cable prices per channel have remained relatively constant since deregulation in 1999, despite substantial operator investment in programming and personnel to support cable's more advanced services.
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MAJORITY OF EDUCATORS SURVEYED USE INTERNET TO SOME DEGREE TO IMPROVE TEACHING

MAJORITY OF EDUCATORS SURVEYED USE INTERNET TO SOME DEGREE TO IMPROVE TEACHING
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