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STATEMENT OF NCTA PRESIDENT AND CEO ROBERT SACHS IN RESPONSE TO NAB LETTER TO CHAIRMAN POWELL REGARDING THE DIGITAL TV TRANSITION

<B><center>STATEMENT OF NCTA PRESIDENT AND CEO ROBERT SACHS IN RESPONSE TO NAB LETTER TO CHAIRMAN POWELL REGARDING THE DIGITAL TV TRANSITION</b></center><BR><BR>
We welcome NAB’s status report, issued today, on the progress being made by broadcast affiliates of the top four networks to transmit an “undegraded network digital signal.” We’re pleased that NAB has joined the cable industry in responding to Chairman Powell’s Plan “to provide a near-term boost to the DTV transition.”
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Statement of Dan Brenner, NCTA Senior VP for Law and Regulatory Policy, on Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals' Decision on Pole Attachments

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<center>STATEMENT OF DAN BRENNER, NCTA SENIOR VP FOR LAW AND REGULATORY POLICY, ON ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS' DECISION ON POLE ATTACHMENTS</center>
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NCTA STATEMENT ON FCC ACTION REGARDING PROGRAM ACCESS

<b><center>STATEMENT OF DAN BRENNER,
NCTA'S SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR LAW AND REGULATORY POLICY,
ON FCC ACTION REGARDING PROGRAM ACCESS</b></center><br><Br>

RAINBOW MEDIA'S JOSH SAPAN TO DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF ON-DEMAND TECHNOLOGY ON THE FUTURE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROGRAMMING AT WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN CABLE CLUB

<B><center>RAINBOW MEDIA'S JOSH SAPAN TO DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF ON-DEMAND TECHNOLOGY ON THE FUTURE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROGRAMMING AT WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN CABLE CLUB</center><BR><BR>
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David Krone to Rejoin NCTA as Executive Vice President

<strong>Washington, D.C. --</strong> The National Cable &amp; Telecommunications Association (NCTA) announced today that David Krone will rejoin the trade association July 1 as Executive Vice President, reporting to Robert Sachs, President and Chief Executive Officer. <br /><br />

BINZEL LEAVING NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION; WILL BECOME CEO OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION

<B><center>BINZEL LEAVING NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION<br>
WILL BECOME CEO OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION</CENTER><br><br>

NCTA AND NAMIC AWARD SIX SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CTAM'S EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, PART OF CABLE'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHEN DIVERSITY

<B><CENTER>NCTA AND NAMIC AWARD SIX SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CTAM'S EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, PART OF CABLE'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHEN DIVERSITY</B></CENTER><br><br>

INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

<B><center>INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS;<BR><BR>

TIME WARNER CABLE’S CHAIRMAN & CEO GLENN A. BRITT
ELECTED VICE-CHAIRMAN;
OTHER NCTA BOARD MEMBERS ELECTED;
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMED<BR><BR></center>

STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)

<B><center>STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)</CENTER></B><br><br>
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"NCTA believes that market-based competition is the best way to ensure that broadband services are made available to all Americans. We appreciate and share Senator Breaux's view that increased regulation of cable-provided Internet services is not the way to advance broadband deployment."<br><br>

CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN

<B><center>CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT<BR>FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN</Center><BR><BR>

Washington, DC -- </b>The cable television industry today pledged its “strong and enthusiastic support” for voluntary industry actions to speed the transition to digital television as proposed recently by FCC Chairman Michael Powell. <BR><BR>

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