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2015 Spring Technical Forum Comes to INTX: The Internet & Television Expo

NCTA, CableLabs® and SCTE Issue Annual Call for Technical Papers

WASHINGTON, DC – Some of the cable industry’s brightest technical minds and future-focused business concepts will be on display next May as part of the 2015 Spring Technical Forum during INTX: The Internet & Television Expo. INTX - formerly known as The Cable Show – is a new event that brings together the world of entertainment, communications and the Internet.


NCTA Statement Regarding Waxman Letter to FCC Proposing Path for Open Internet Rules

“We appreciate Ranking Member Waxman’s thoughtful proposal in that it implicitly recognizes the onerous dangers of applying backward looking regulation to the Internet. Nonetheless, the reclassification of broadband as a Title II service is unnecessary to provide consumers with reasonable network neutrality protections and will result in years of uncertainty and legal tussles. History has shown that forbearance is far from certain or quick and Title II advocates have already indicated their opposition to the type of forbearance that this approach suggests.

Statement of NCTA Regarding FCC Action to Eliminate Sports Blackout Rule

“We commend the Commission’s unanimous decision to eliminate the antiquated sports blackout rule. As the video marketplace continues to evolve and offers consumers more competition and a growing variety of new services, we encourage the FCC to continue its examination of outdated rules that no longer make sense.”

Introducing INTX, the Internet and Television Expo

Jerry Kent and Alfred Liggins Will Co-Chair New Expanded Event that Replaces The Cable Show


Statement of NCTA Regarding Introduction of S. 2799, the Satellite Television Access and Viewer Rights Act (STAVRA)

"We applaud the bipartisan leadership of Chairman Rockefeller and Ranking Member Thune for introducing S. 2799, the Satellite Television Access and Viewer Rights Act (STAVRA). As introduced, we believe that this bill provides clear benefits to consumers by extending expiring provisions and making targeted video reforms that are appropriate given the realities of today's competitive marketplace.

33 Leading Technology Companies Ask Administration to Protect the Internet & U.S. Economy from Harmful Public Utility Regulation

Proposals to reclassify Internet access as a Title II service threaten to remove incentives to invest in broadband growth and improvement, companies say

WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 9, 2014) – In a letter sent today, a diverse group of technology manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech equipment warn U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker that classifying the Internet as a public utility would have harmful implications for the Internet and the broader national economy. 

Statement of NCTA Regarding Chairman Wheeler’s Speech on Broadband Competition

"Chairman Wheeler's remarks about broadband competition underscore the importance of maintaining a light regulatory touch that encourages more investment from more companies. The surest way to stifle further competition and investment in the broadband marketplace is to impose public utility Title II regulation on Internet access.

Statement of NCTA Regarding the Appointment of Danny Marti

"We applaud the appointment of Danny Marti as Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator and look forward to working with him and the Administration to protect the intellectual property that helps fuel the American economy."

Energy Efficient Set-Top Boxes Saving Consumers Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

New Report Shows Pay-TV Industry Efficiency Milestones For 2013

Statement of NCTA President & CEO Michael Powell Regarding U.S. House Approval of the STELA Reauthorization Act

"We applaud the bipartisan leadership of Chairmen Upton and Walden and Ranking Members Waxman and Eshoo for their efforts to secure House approval of the must-pass STELA Reauthorization Act (H.R. 4572). The legislation extends expiring provisions related to retransmission of broadcast TV signals and accomplishes modest reforms of our video laws that will yield significant consumer benefits.


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