MEDIA ROOM

Please direct all media inquiries to:

Brian Dietz, Vice President, Communications & Digital Strategy
Joy Sims, Senior Director, Communications

Phone: 202-222-2350

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Statement of NCTA Regarding the Verizon – INCOMPAS Special Access Proposal

“The ‘principles’ suggested by Verizon — INCOMPAS seem at odds with sound economics and a policy of promoting market-driven, facilities-based competition. Cable operators are new entrants in the business services market, and are investing heavily in building their own facilities to serve business customers.
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Statement of NCTA President & CEO Michael Powell Regarding GAO Study on Impact of the FCC's Set-Top Box NPRM

"I applaud Chairman Walden and Rep. Clarke for calling upon the FCC to study the impact of the FCC's Set-Top Box NPRM on minority programmers. Rep. Clarke, a stalwart champion of promoting minority program diversity and ownership, has consistently raised this issue with the FCC.
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Big Names from Business, Media, Entertainment Take Center Stage at INTX 2016

LeVar Burton, Pete Cashmore, Brian Roberts, John Stankey, Nigel Eccles and Others to Speak
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Statement of NCTA Regarding FCC Action on Privacy Rules

"Today’s FCC action unfortunately mistakes a good headline for actual headway in advancing consistent standards of privacy protection and fair competition. Under the FCC's proposal, ISPs would have far more onerous requirements than the ones imposed on other large online entities that have access to a wider range of user information than ISPs.
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Ten Cable Industry Leaders Recognized with 2016 NCTA Vanguard Awards

Kristin Dolan of Cablevision Systems Corp., Rob Marcus of Time Warner Cable, and Steve Miron of Bright House Networks Head the List of This Year’s Honorees
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Statement of NCTA Regarding Privacy Rules Proposed Today by FCC Chairman Wheeler

“We are disappointed by Chairman Wheeler's apparent decision to propose prescriptive rules on ISPs that are at odds with the requirements imposed on other large online entities.
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STATEMENT OF NCTA REGARDING SENATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE PASSAGE OF THE MOBILE NOW ACT

"We appreciate the efforts by members of the Senate Commerce Committee, including the leadership of Senators Thune, Nelson, Schatz, Moran, Booker and Gardner, to address the growing need for more unlicensed spectrum as part of the MOBILE NOW Act.
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Broadband, Tech & Wireless Associations Offer Consensus Privacy Framework to FCC

Today, NCTA and four other trade associations sent a proposal to FCC Chairman Wheeler setting forth guidelines and principles for the FCC to consider as it moves forward with a rulemaking on broadband privacy.
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