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NCTA Announces Staff Promotions and Appointments

<p><strong>Washington, D.C.</strong> – Kyle McSlarrow, President & Chief Executive Officer, National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) today announced several personnel moves aimed at further strengthening NCTA’s federal relations efforts.</p><p><strong><img height="122" src="images/EleanorWinter.gif" align="rig
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Comments of NCTA President & CEO Kyle McSlarrow Regarding DTV Transition Legislation Passed by the U.S. House Of Representatives

<p>"We applaud the leadership of Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Joe Barton in forging consensus on legislation that will complete the digital TV transition by establishing February 17, 2009 as a hard date for the return of the analog TV spectrum.
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Statement of Kyle McSlarrow Regarding Proposal to Impose "A La Carte" Requirements on Cable Television Providers

<p>"We can’t comment on any new FCC a la carte report until it’s released and we’ve had a chance to review it, but previous and recent analyses were consistent in their findings that government pay-per-channel regulation would be likely to hurt consumers by increasing prices, decreasing choice and reducing diversity in programming, and it would do so in a way that violates the First
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Exhibition Floor Takes Center Stage at The 2006 National Show

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Comments of Kyle McSlarrow Regarding the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking About Local Cable Franchising

<b>&nbsp;</b>“We are pleased that the FCC’s examination of local cable franchising will include existing operators as well as new entrants, which is consistent with our philosophy that communications regulation should treat like services alike.
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Kyle Mcslarrow Sends Letter to U.S. Senate Regarding Multicasting

NCTA President & CEO Kyle McSlarrow today sent the attached letter to all members of the U.S. Senate, “to ask that you oppose all efforts to impose unconstitutional multicasting requirements on the cable industry.”<br /><br /> <center>###</center>
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