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PEGGY O'BRIEN TO JOIN CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING; WILL DEPART CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM SEPTEMBER 29TH

PEGGY O'BRIEN TO JOIN CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING; WILL DEPART CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM SEPTEMBER 29TH
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NCTA SEARCH COMMITTEE HIRES KORN/FERRY TO CONDUCT PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH

NCTA SEARCH COMMITTEE HIRES KORN/FERRY TO CONDUCT PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH
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SACHS STATEMENT REGARDING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT APPEAL OF THE BRAND X RULING

SACHS STATEMENT REGARDING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT APPEAL OF THE BRAND X RULING
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DEADLINE FOR PURCHASE OF ADVANCE TICKETS FOR SEPTEMBER 22nd KAITZ FOUNDATION DINNER EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 1st

DEADLINE FOR PURCHASE OF ADVANCE TICKETS FOR SEPTEMBER 22nd KAITZ FOUNDATION DINNER EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 1st
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"A La Carte" Proponents Fail to Show Business Feasibility or Consumer Benefits, NCTA Asserts

Proponents of government-regulated a la carte have failed to show that such a system will work, NCTA said in comments filed with the FCC.
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Department of Homeland Security Designates September 2004 National Preparedness Month

NCTA joined more than 80 other groups, organizations, and industries, in pledging support for National Preparedness Month, an initiative by the DHS to promote preparedness in our homes and communities.
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Cable Diversity Partners to be Recognized at September 22 Kaitz Foundation Dinner

The Walter Kaitz Foundation will highlight the contributions of three principal diversity-focused organizations serving the cable industry during its 21st annual fundraising dinner September 22, 2004.
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MIRON AND ANSTROM APPOINTED TO CO-CHAIR NCTA PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH COMMITTEE

MIRON AND ANSTROM APPOINTED TO CO-CHAIR NCTA PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH COMMITTEE
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QUALITY, INNOVATION, AND VIEWER IMPACT MARK CABLE NETWORK PROGRAMMING AND TELEVISION CRITICS ASSOCIATION SUMMER PRESS TOUR

QUALITY, INNOVATION, AND VIEWER IMPACT MARK CABLE NETWORK PROGRAMMING AND TELEVISION CRITICS ASSOCIATION SUMMER PRESS TOUR
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Booz Allen Study Shows That A La Carte Pricing Would Increase Cost and Reduce Programming Diversity for Most Cable Consumers

Government regulation requiring cable and satellite providers to offer networks on an “a la carte” basis would dramatically raise prices for most consumers, even those who continue to purchase one of the current tier packages, according to a major economic study, conducted by the worldwide consulting firm of Booz Allen Hamilton.
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