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CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM REDEFINES MISSION TO BECOME LEADER AND ACTIVE PARTNER IN EDUCATION COMMUNITY; CIC & NCTA BOARDS APPROVE NEW STRATEGIC PLAN

<B><CENTER>CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM REDEFINES MISSION TO BECOME LEADER AND ACTIVE PARTNER IN EDUCATION COMMUNITY<br><i>CIC & NCTA BOARDS APPROVE NEW STRATEGIC PLAN</I><br><br></CENTER>

Alexandria, VA -- </B>Cable in the Classroom (CIC) today announced a new mission and strategic plan, designed to re-focus the cable industry consortium as a leader in providing the educational benefits of broadband services and content to students, teachers, and parents.<br><br>

JOE WAZ AND CHRISTINE LEVESQUE APPOINTED CO-CHAIRS OF NCTA'S PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

<B><center>JOE WAZ AND CHRISTINE LEVESQUE APPOINTED
CO-CHAIRS OF NCTA'S PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE</center><BR><BR>

Washington, DC - </b>The National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) today announced the appointments of Joe Waz, Vice President of External Affairs & Public Policy Counsel for Comcast Corporation, and Christine Levesque, Senior Vice President of Communication & Marketing for Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. as co-chairs of the NCTA Public Affairs Committee, effective immediately.<BR><BR>

OPERATORS OF MID-SIZE, SMALL AND RURAL CABLE SYSTEMS DETAIL BROADBAND DEPLOYMENT FOR FCC

<B><CENTER>OPERATORS OF MID-SIZE, SMALL AND RURAL CABLE SYSTEMS DETAIL BROADBAND DEPLOYMENT FOR FCC<br>
- CEOs Highlight Consumer Benefits of High Speed Internet Service Deployment -</CENTER><BR><BR>

SCTE'S BROADBAND KNOWLEDGE SUMMIT TO BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH CABLE 2002 IN NEW ORLEANS

<center><B>SCTE'S BROADBAND KNOWLEDGE SUMMIT TO BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH <i>CABLE 2002</I> IN NEW ORLEANS</center><BR><BR>

EXTON, PA., JAN. 30, 2002 </b>- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) will hold its Broadband Knowledge Summit from May 7-9 in conjunction with the 51st Annual Convention & International Exposition of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), <I>Cable 2002</i>, taking place May 5-8 in New Orleans, La.<BR><BR>

NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR VANGUARD AWARD NOMINATIONS; AWARD CEREMONIES A HIGHLIGHT OF CABLE 2002

<center><B>NCTA ISSUES CALL FOR VANGUARD AWARD NOMINATIONS<br>AWARD CEREMONIES A HIGHLIGHT OF <i>CABLE 2002</I></center><BR><BR>

Washington, D.C.- </b>The National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) today issued its call for nominations for the 2002 Vanguard Awards, the cable industry’s highest honor. <BR><BR>

NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS ELECTED TO BOARD OF NATIONAL COALITION FOR CANCER SURVIVORSHIP

<b><CENTER>NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS ELECTED TO BOARD
OF NATIONAL COALITION FOR CANCER SURVIVORSHIP</B></CENTER><br><br>

Robert Sachs, President & Chief Executive Officer of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), has been elected to the board of the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS). <br><br>

NEW CABLE PROGRAMMING ADDRESSES TOUGH SOCIAL ISSUES

<B><center>NEW CABLE PROGRAMMING ADDRESSES TOUGH SOCIAL ISSUES</center><BR><BR>

Pasadena, CA -- </b>As cable networks conclude five days of program previews today at the Television Critics Association’s (TCA) Press Tour, the array of featured drama series, original movies, news programs and documentary specials once again confirm cable’s position as a leader in providing thought-provoking, issue-oriented programming.<BR><BR>

NEW YEAR, NEW BEGINNINGS, NEW INITIATIVES; CABLE & BROADBAND DIVERSITY ORGANIZATION LAUNCHES INDUSTRY-WIDE DIVERSITY INITIATIVES - $500,000 AVAILABLE IN GRANTS

<B><center>NEW YEAR, NEW BEGINNINGS, NEW INITIATIVES; CABLE & BROADBAND DIVERSITY ORGANIZATION LAUNCHES INDUSTRY-WIDE DIVERSITY INITIATIVES - $500,000 AVAILABLE IN GRANTS</center><BR><BR>

San Francisco, CA:</b> The Walter Kaitz Foundation—the cable and broadband industry’s diversity organization announced today the launch of several new initiatives that will promote diversity within the industry. <BR><BR>

Statement of Dan Brenner, NCTA Senior VP of Law & Regulatory Policy in Reaction to the Supreme Court Decision Regarding Pole Attachment

<p>"Today’s decision is very good news for consumers. It means that utility companies cannot charge arbitrarily higher prices for cable attachments to utility poles simply because cable operators provide their customers with high speed Internet as well as video services. In the face of rising demand for advanced broadband services, today’s decision overcomes a potential impediment to broadband deployment, especially in rural areas."</p>

CABLE 2002: CONNECTING AMERICA; NATIONAL SHOW INNOVATIONS APPEAL TO NCTA EXHIBITORS; Sessions Located to Maximize Floor Traffic

<B><center><I>CABLE 2002: CONNECTING AMERICA</I><br>
NATIONAL SHOW INNOVATIONS APPEAL TO NCTA EXHIBITORS<br>
<i>Sessions Located to Maximize Floor Traffic</I></CENTER><br><br>

Washington, D.C. - </B>The National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) today announced additional Cable 2002 format changes designed to emphasize the National Show exhibition floor and appeal to exhibitors and delegates alike. <br><br>

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