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60 Million U.S. TV Households Can Receive HDTV Via Cable

60 million TV households in the United States now can receive high-definition television service from their local cable operator, NCTA announced today. Cable customers in 83 of the top 100 Designated Market Areas (DMAs) – including 19 of the top 20 – were passed by at least one cable operator that provides HDTV service as of September 1.
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STATEMENT OF NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS REGARDING THE FCC's ORDER ON THE "PLUG AND PLAY" AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CABLE AND CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES

STATEMENT OF NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS REGARDING THE FCC's ORDER ON THE "PLUG AND PLAY" AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CABLE AND CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES
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NCTA SAYS CBUI CALL FOR REGULATION OF BROADBAND INTERNET SERVICE IS UNFOUNDED AND UNNECESSARY

NCTA SAYS CBUI CALL FOR REGULATION OF BROADBAND INTERNET SERVICE IS UNFOUNDED AND UNNECESSARY
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Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs in Response to J.D. Power 2003 Residential Cable/Satellite TV Customer Satisfaction Study

In a highly competitive market place, cable operators are closing the gap with satellite providers in customer satisfaction.
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IFC, NAMIC AND NCTA, JOIN FORCES FOR SPECIAL PREMIERE SCREENING TO OPEN DIVERSITY WEEK ON SEPTEMBER 15TH

IFC, NAMIC AND NCTA, JOIN FORCES FOR SPECIAL PREMIERE SCREENING TO OPEN DIVERSITY WEEK ON SEPTEMBER 15TH
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Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs, NCTA Regarding PIRG Report on Cable Regulation

The report employs out-of-date charges, ignoring recent competition and investment.
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Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs, in Response to Reported Findings of a J.D. Power Survey of Residential ISP Customers

The study fails to address or recognize the historic lead that cable modem service has enjoyed over DSL, both in terms of actual subscriber numbers, and consumer satisfaction. Cable modem service clearly is beating DSL in the competitive marketplace, and cable modem customers are more satisfied.
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CABLE NETWORKS RECEIVE RECORD NUMBER OF PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS

CABLE NETWORKS RECEIVE RECORD NUMBER OF PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS
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CABLE NETWORKS' $11 BILLION PROGRAMMING INVESTMENT IS EVIDENT AS SUMMER PRESS TOUR KICKS OFF WITH SLATE OF ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING

CABLE NETWORKS' $11 BILLION PROGRAMMING INVESTMENT IS EVIDENT AS SUMMER PRESS TOUR KICKS OFF WITH SLATE OF ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING
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Comments of Rob Stoddard, NCTA Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs on the FCC Price Survey Released Today

Although cable prices have increased, cable consumers are also enjoying increased value for their entertainment dollar.
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