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STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO NCTA REGARDING PRESIDENT BUSH'S SPEECH ON BROADBAND AT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

<B><center>Statement of Robert Sachs, President & CEO, National Cable & Telecommunications Association Regarding President Bush's Speech on Broadband at the U.S. Department of Commerce</b><BR><BR></center>

NCTA’S SACHS OPTS NOT TO SEEK CONTRACT RENEWAL

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2004 Kaitz Foundation Dinner to Honor Founder Spencer Kaitz

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<i>The Walter Kaitz Foundation is the cable industry's national foundation dedicated to diversity.</i>Washington, D.C </strong>. – Spencer Kaitz, a life-long diversity advocate, Founder and Secretary of the Walter Kaitz Foundation, and son of the Foundation's namesake, will be honored at the 21 st Annual Kaitz Foundation Dinner at the Hilton New York on September 22, 2004 , the Kaitz Foundation announced today.</p>

NCTA TEAM RAISES $9,000 FOR SUSAN G. KOMEN NATIONAL RACE FOR THE CURE

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REGIONAL CABLE NEWS CHANNELS AND STATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS NETWORKS PROVIDE CABLE VIEWERS MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES

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First Ever Cable Theft Awareness Week to Highlight Impact of Theft on Consumers and Their Communities

<p>Washington, D.C. – The National Cable &amp; Telecommunications Association (NCTA) has designated June 1 - 5 as the cable industry's first-ever Signal Theft Awareness Week, a nationwide effort to draw attention to the impact of signal theft on local communities and consumers.</p>
<p>Utilizing a variety of communication vehicles and community outreach efforts, the campaign's goal is to raise consumer awareness about signal theft, with an emphasis on addressing “passive” theft by consumers.</p>

NCTA Response on Proposed FCC Study on A La Carte

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<strong>Statement of Brian Dietz, Senior Director, Communications </strong>
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New Public Service Announcements Help Educate Families about Cable Puts You in Control

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TIME WARNER’S BRITT RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCTA BOARD

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Comments of NCTA Regarding Survey on A La Carte

<b>Comments of Brian Dietz, Senior Director, Communications

National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA)

Regarding Survey by "Concerned Women"</b>
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