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NCTA SAYS CBUI CALL FOR REGULATION OF BROADBAND INTERNET SERVICE IS UNFOUNDED AND UNNECESSARY

<B><center>NCTA SAYS CBUI CALL FOR REGULATION OF BROADBAND INTERNET SERVICE IS UNFOUNDED AND UNNECESSARY</center><BR> <BR>

<I>NCTA ex parte says CBUI hasn’t demonstrated need for regulation and its
reasoning is based on misguided interpretation of law and history</I></b></center><BR><BR>

Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs in Response to J.D. Power 2003 Residential Cable/Satellite TV Customer Satisfaction Study

<p>The J.D. Power results show that in a highly competitive market place, cable operators are closing the gap with satellite providers in customer satisfaction. The cable industry’s $75 billion investment to launch advanced broadband services continues to spur construction activity that occasionally can disrupt customer service, yet the fruits of that investment – including the rollout of popular new services such as digital cable, video on demand, HDTV, high-speed Internet access, and competitive local phone service – are evident in consumer adoption of these new products.

IFC, NAMIC AND NCTA, JOIN FORCES FOR SPECIAL PREMIERE SCREENING TO OPEN DIVERSITY WEEK ON SEPTEMBER 15TH

<b><center>IFC, NAMIC and NCTA Join Forces to Open Diversity Week
on September 15th<BR> <BR>

Welcoming Reception, Special Premiere Screening of<i> Casa de Los Babys</i>
and Panel Discussion Planned</center></b> <br> <br>

Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs, NCTA Regarding PIRG Report on Cable Regulation

<p>"The wild and unfounded claims of these Washington-based advocacy groups are recycled arguments that fell out of favor a decade ago. The regulatory environment envisioned by Congress in 1996 and maintained by the FCC has fostered the most robust telecommunications marketplace in the world. It’s providing a better deal for consumers, who are getting far more for their dollar. How odd that so-called consumer groups would prefer to take all that away.</p>

Comments of Rob Stoddard, SVP, Communications & Public Affairs, in Response to Reported Findings of a J.D. Power Survey of Residential ISP Customers

<p>The recent findings from a J.D. Power survey of residential ISP customers underscore the competitive choices consumers enjoy. While the J.D. Power results regarding consumer preferences are consistent with earlier research – including a study reported by Strategis Group in 2001 – the study fails to address or recognize the historic lead that cable modem service has enjoyed over DSL, both in terms of actual subscriber numbers, and consumer satisfaction.</p>

CABLE NETWORKS RECEIVE RECORD NUMBER OF PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS

<B><center>CABLE NETWORKS RECEIVE RECORD NUMBER OF<BR>PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS<BR><BR>

<I>HBO’s Six Feet Under Takes Greatest Number of Nominations</i></center><BR><BR>

CABLE NETWORKS' $11 BILLION PROGRAMMING INVESTMENT IS EVIDENT AS SUMMER PRESS TOUR KICKS OFF WITH SLATE OF ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING

<B><center>CABLE NETWORKS' $11 BILLION PROGRAMMING INVESTMENT IS EVIDENT AS SUMMER PRESS TOUR KICKS OFF WITH SLATE OF ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING<BR><BR>

<I>INFORMATIVE LIFESTYLE PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS CABLE PRESENTATIONS</center></i><BR><BR>

Comments of Rob Stoddard, NCTA Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs on the FCC Price Survey Released Today

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<center>COMMENTS OF ROB STODDARD, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS<br />
NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION <br />
ON THE FCC PRICE SURVEY RELEASED TODAY<br /><br />

July 8, 2003<br /><br /></center>
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CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM FEATURED ON FCC'S NEW WEB PAGE

<B><center>CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM FEATURED ON FCC'S NEW WEB PAGE<BR>
<a href="http://www.fcc.gov/parents/" class="bodylink" target="_blank">http://www.fcc.gov/parents/</a><BR><BR>

WEB SITE CONNECTS TO CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING, MEDIA LITERACY TOOLS<BR><BR></center>

DAVATZES AND MIRON TO CO-CHAIR CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM BOARD

<B><CENTER>DAVATZES AND MIRON TO CO-CHAIR CABLE IN THE CLASSROOM BOARD</B></CENTER><br><br>

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