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Comcast's Brian Roberts and Time Warner's Richard Parsons to Lead-Off The National Show

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<b>Washington, D.C. –</b> Some of the nation’s most prominent telecommunications industry and government leaders have accepted invitations to talk to attendees at <i>The 2004 National Show,</i> the 53rd annual conference and exposition of the National Cable &amp; Telecommunications Association (NCTA), scheduled for May 2-5 in New Orleans, NCTA said today.</p>
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MORE THAN 50 COMPANIES WILL OUTFIT NCTA's "BROADBAND HOME"

<b><center>MORE THAN 50 COMPANIES WILL OUTFIT NCTA's "BROADBAND HOME"<BR><BR>
<I>NCTA Exhibit will Showcase Cable's State-of-the-Art Home of Today</I></center><BR><BR>

Statement of Dan Brenner, Senior Vice President, Law & Regulatory Policy, NCTA, Regarding Ninth Circuit Granting Stay in "Brand X" Ruling

"We are pleased with the Ninth Circuit’s decision to stay the mandate of its earlier decision. We will now turn our attention to developing our formal appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court and look forward to having this case decided on its merits.”<br /><br />
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CABLE INDUSTRY LEADERS TO BE HONORED AT THE NATIONAL SHOW

<p align="center"><strong>Willner and Mahony Top List of NCTA's 2004 Vanguard Honorees<em><br><br>Cable Industry Leaders will be Honored May 4 at The National Show<br></em></strong></p>

COMMENTS OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION (NCTA) REGARDING NINTH CIRCUIT BRAND X RULING

<p align="center"><strong>Comments of Robert Sachs, President & CEO National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) Regarding Ninth Circuit Brand X Ruling</strong></p>

FAMILIES SHOULD DEVELOP MEDIA PLAN TO TAKE CONTROL OF MEDIA USAGE

<p align="center"><strong>Families Should Develop Media Plan to Take Control of Media Usage <em><br>New Report Offers 6-Point Strategy and Simple Techniques for Deciding What's Appropriate, When<br></em></strong></p>

Statement of Dan Brenner, SVP Law and Regulatory Policy, NCTA, Regarding Ninth Circuit "Brand X" Ruling

<p>"While we are disappointed with the Ninth Circuit ruling, we will urge the FCC to seek U.S. Supreme Court review. We believe that if and when the Ninth Circuit's decision is given a full substantive review by the Supreme Court, it will be reversed."</p>
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STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION (NCTA) REGARDING INTRODUCTION OF VOIP LEGISLATION

<p align="center"><strong>Statement of Robert Sachs, President & CEO National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) Regarding Introduction of VoIP Legislation</strong></p>

<p>"We applaud Senator John Sununu (R-NH) and Congressman Chip Pickering (R-MS) for their leadership in introducing the first Voice over Internet Protocol telephony legislation and look forward to working closely with them in the months ahead."</p>

Comments of Robert Sachs, President & CEO, NCTA, Regarding the President's Comments About Increasing Availability of Broadband in the U.S.

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<b>Comments of Robert Sachs, President & CEO National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) Regarding the President’s Comments About Increasing Availability of Broadband in the U.S.</b>
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CABLE HDTV NOW AVAILABLE IN 99 OF TOP 100 U.S. MARKETS

<center><b>Cable HDTV Now Available in 99 of Top 100 U.S. Markets; <BR>
Service Reaches 84 Million Homes<br><br>
<i>Consumers in 155 Markets Nationwide Can Receive High Definition TV Over Cable;<br>
382 Local Digital Broadcast Stations Now Being Carried by Cable<BR><BR></i></center>

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