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NCTA Robert Sachs Sends Letter to Congress regarding Digital Carriage

NCTA President & CEO Robert Sachs today sent the attached letter regarding digital carriage issues to all Members of Congress.
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Statement of NCTA President & CEO Robert Sachs Regarding the FCC Reports on Video Competition and Pricing

Sachs notes that today's highly competitive marketplace means that consumers enjoy a better value for their money as a result of the additional choices, higher quality programming and more advanced technology available.
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Boards of APTS, NCTA and PBS Approve Public Television Digital Cable Carriage Agreement

The Boards of Directors of the Association of Public Television Stations (APTS), National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) this week formally and independently approved an unprecedented digital cable carriage agreement that will allow U.S. cable customers to enjoy the high-definition, educational and children's programming provided by the nation's local Public Television stations.
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Public Television and Cable Announce Major Digital Carriage Agreement

U.S. cable consumers will be able to enjoy high-definition, educational, and children's programming provided by the nation's local Public Television stations under a major digital cable carriage agreement announced today.
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Sachs Statement Regarding SBC's Proposed Acquisition of AT&T

Robert Sachs, President & CEO of NCTA, speaks regarding SBC's proposed acquisition of AT&T.
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Kyle McSlarrow To Serve as Next President & CEO of NCTA

Kyle McSlarrow, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy and a former top aide to key members of the U.S. Senate, has been named President and CEO of the NCTA, effective March 1, 2005.
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Comments of Robert Sachs Regarding the Resignation of FCC Chairman Michael Powell

Robert Sachs, President & CEO NCTA, commenting on the Resignation of FCC Chairman Michael Powell
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NCTA Announces Technical Sessions for 2005 National Show

The NCTA announced today the selection of 29 leading broadband experts to write the 2005 NCTA Technical Papers TM and to take part in the technical sessions at The National Show, April 3-5 in San Francisco.
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NCTA and Cable Operators File Brief in Brand X Ruling

The NCTA, along with cable operators Time Warner, Cox and Charter today filed the attached brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the “Brand X” case regarding the appropriate classification of cable's Internet services for regulatory purposes.
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Investments in Original Programming Producing More Choice, Higher Quality in Cable Programming

Cable programmers displayed this week an impressive variety of programming types and genres at the Winter 2005 Press Tour of the Television Critics Association (TCA).
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