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"Controle Su Televisor" Spanish Language Web Site Launched as Part of Cable Puts You in Control Initiative

As part of the cable industry's comprehensive campaign to educate parents about the tools and technology available to make responsible TV viewing decisions, a Spanish-language version of the ControlYourTV.org web site has been launched, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and Cable in the Classroom (CIC) announced today.
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Sachs Statement Regarding FCC's VoIP Ruling

Robert Sachs, NCTA President & CEO, speaks regarding the FCC's VoIP Ruling.
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JILL LUCKETT AND WILLIAM CHECK NAMED NCTA SENIOR VP'S

JILL LUCKETT AND WILLIAM CHECK NAMED NCTA SENIOR VP'S
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ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA REGARDING THE 2004 ELECTIONS

ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA REGARDING THE 2004 ELECTIONS
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GameNET COMES TO THE 2005 NATIONAL SHOW; EXHIBIT SPACE IS RAPIDLY BOOKING UP

GameNET COMES TO THE 2005 NATIONAL SHOW; EXHIBIT SPACE IS RAPIDLY BOOKING UP
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Sachs Response to Broadcasting Industry Oct 29 Ex Parte Filing at FCC

Statement of Robert Sachs, President & CEO, National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), In Response to Broadcasting Industry October 29 Ex Parte Filing at FCC Regarding the Digital Television Transition
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NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS

NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS
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COMCAST'S STEVE BURKE CHAIRS 2005 NATIONAL SHOW

COMCAST'S STEVE BURKE CHAIRS 2005 NATIONAL SHOW
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CAN YOU RUN A PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BETTER THAN THE PROS? CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM PUTS YOU IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT.

CAN YOU RUN A PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BETTER THAN THE PROS? CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM PUTS YOU IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT.
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“Nobody Covers Politics Like Cable”

With the 2004 election just weeks away and closely contested races expected in national, state and local elections, a wide variety of cable TV networks are providing Americans the news, information and knowledge they need in order to make informed decisions on November 2, according to a new brochure released today by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA).
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