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Joy Sims, Senior Director, Communications

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INITIAL ASSIGNMENT OF EXHIBIT SPACE SHOWS INCREASED EXHIBITOR INTEREST IN 2004

INITIAL ASSIGNMENT OF EXHIBIT SPACE SHOWS INCREASED EXHIBITOR INTEREST IN 2004
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CONSUMER DEMAND FOR CABLE'S BROADBAND SERVICES CONTINUES TO GROW

CONSUMER DEMAND FOR CABLE'S BROADBAND SERVICES CONTINUES TO GROW
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Statement of NCTA President & CEO Robert Sachs Regarding FCC Approval of Broadcast Flag

NCTA approved of the FCC’s action represents another significant step in moving the digital transition forward.
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NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS

NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS
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Statement of Robert Sachs, NCTA President & CEO Regarding GAO Report on Cable TV Industry

NCTA feels that the Government Accountability Office’s analysis confirms that cable price increases reflect significant investments by cable operators in infrastructure and programming, which have improved the quality and consumer value of cable television. The report also shows that proposals to reregulate cable program service would not benefit consumers.
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COMMENTS OF NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS REGARDING ESPN NATIONAL PRESS CLUB BRIEFING

COMMENTS OF NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS REGARDING ESPN NATIONAL PRESS CLUB BRIEFING
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NCTA LAUNCHES "CABLE: FASTER FORWARD" MEDIA CAMPAIGN

NCTA LAUNCHES "CABLE: FASTER FORWARD" MEDIA CAMPAIGN
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CHARTER CEO CARL VOGEL TO CHAIR 2004 NATIONAL SHOW

CHARTER CEO CARL VOGEL TO CHAIR 2004 NATIONAL SHOW
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Statement of Daniel Brenner, NCTA Senior Vice President, Law & Regulatory Policy, Regarding the Ninth Circuit Brand X v. FCC Ruling

The decision is a strained reading of an earlier Ninth Circuit case to which the three-judge panel felt legally bound. Well-established U.S. Supreme Court precedent provides that where a statute is ambiguous, courts are compelled to defer to reasonable agency interpretations.
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NCTA Board Chairman Glenn Britt Says Consumers Benefit From Marketplace Competition

In his address, Britt said that the cable industry operates in a mature, competitive and thriving marketplace that provides the best form of regulation because it has resulted in increased investment, introduction of advanced consumer services, and more focus on meeting customer needs.
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