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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NCTA Filing on Integrated Set-Top Box Ban

The NCTA late yesterday filed the attached ex parte with the FCC responding to CEA's recent filing on the integrated set-top box ban.
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Sachs's Response to Release of the Department of Education's National Education Technology Plan

Robert Sachs President & CEO, National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) Responding to Release of the Department of Education's National Education Technology Plan.
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NCTA Asks FCC Chairman Powell to Host Inter-Industry Meeting Regarding Higher-Cost Digital Set-Top Box Requirement

NCTA President & CEO Robert Sachs yesterday sent the attached letter to FCC Chairman Michael Powell requesting that he convene and host a discussion between representatives of the cable and consumer electronics industries regarding a requirement that cable operators provide to consumers higher-cost set-top boxes with separate security modules.
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INTRODUCTION AND ROLLOUT OF ADVANCED BROADBAND SERVICES MARK A YEAR OF GROWTH FOR CABLE IN 2004

INTRODUCTION AND ROLLOUT OF ADVANCED BROADBAND SERVICES MARK A YEAR OF GROWTH FOR CABLE IN 2004
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NCTA LETTER TO FCC CHAIRMAN POWELL RESPONDING TO BROADCASTERS "PLAN" TO END THE DIGITAL TRANSITION

NCTA LETTER TO FCC CHAIRMAN POWELL RESPONDING TO BROADCASTERS "PLAN" TO END THE DIGITAL TRANSITION
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WALTER KAITZ FOUNDATION DELIVERS OVER $1.3 MILLION IN GRANTS TO DIVERSITY PARTNERS IN 2004

WALTER KAITZ FOUNDATION DELIVERS OVER $1.3 MILLION IN GRANTS TO DIVERSITY PARTNERS IN 2004
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ON-LINE REGISTRATION OPENS FOR THE 2005 NATIONAL SHOW

ON-LINE REGISTRATION OPENS FOR THE 2005 NATIONAL SHOW
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SACHS STATEMENT REGARDING THE U.S. SUPREME COURT'S DECISION TO REVIEW THE BRAND X CASE

SACHS STATEMENT REGARDING THE U.S. SUPREME COURT'S DECISION TO REVIEW THE BRAND X CASE
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Parents Learn How to Be "Media Smart" at New Workshop

Cable in the Classroom and the National Parent Teacher Association combined forces in 2004 to conduct Media Smart Families Workshop in various cities to help educate families about responsible television viewing, by examining media literacy concepts and discussing parental control technologies.
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NAMIC-NEW YORK HONORS NCTA PRESIDENT/CEO ROBERT SACHS AT 11TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY BENEFIT GALA

NAMIC-NEW YORK HONORS NCTA PRESIDENT/CEO ROBERT SACHS AT 11TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY BENEFIT GALA
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