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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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NCTA White Paper Says A La Carte Will Lead to Fewer Choices, Less Diversity, Higher Prices

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<b>NCTA White Paper Says A La Carte Will Lead to

Fewer Choices, Less Diversity, Higher Prices</b>
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WOMEN PROGRAMMING EXECUTIVES URGE CONGRESS TO REJECT A LA CARTE PROPOSALS

<B>New Orleans, LA</B> -- Top female executives from leading cable TV networks today urged members of Congress to reject proposals that would require cable and satellite providers to offer programming on an “a la carte” basis or dictate terms of private contracts between program networks and multichannel video distributors. The women executives addressed their concerns in an open letter to Members of Congress, in response to calls by Concerned Women for America, an advocacy group, for government imposition of a la carte pricing requirements.
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SENATE VOTES TO EXTEND INTERNET TAX FREEDOM ACT

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The 2004 National Show Sets The Stage for Diversity Activities and Event

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<br /><br /><i>Kaitz Foundation, NAMIC and WICT Programs Part of Diversity Events at This Year's Show</i>

"Showcase" Sessions to Highlight "National Show" Panel Line-Up

<b>Washington, D.C.</b> – Case studies highlighting some of the cable industry's most successful new product launches, collaborative marketing efforts, and operational best practices will be featured as part of four "Showcase Sessions," a new concept in panel presentations expected to attract considerable interest at The 2004 National Show, the 53rd Annual Convention &amp; International Exposition of the National Cable &amp; Telecommunications Association (NCTA), May 2-5, 2004, in New Orleans.<br />By addressing some of the most current and prominent

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