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THE RIGHT EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ENHANCES LEARNING; NEW REPORT PROVIDES GUIDANCE AND OFFERS CAUTION

<B><center>THE RIGHT EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ENHANCES LEARNING<br>
NEW REPORT PROVIDES GUIDANCE AND OFFERS CAUTION <br><br>
Teachers Key to Making Technology Work in the Classroom<br>
Training, Preparation Important to Success<br></B><i>
-- Global Science and Technology Week the Backdrop for Report on What Works--</I><br><br></CENTER>

CABLE 2002 TO SHOWCASE THE CUTTING EDGE OF CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY

<B><center><i>CABLE 2002</i> TO SHOWCASE THE CUTTING EDGE OF CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY<BR><BR></center>

Washington, DC - </b>Exhibitors at <I>Cable 2002</i>, the 51st Annual Convention & International Exposition of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), will demonstrate a variety of technologies, products, and services comprising the latest advancements in the consumer's broadband experience.<BR><BR>

NCTA Releases White Paper on The Transition To Digital Television

Click on the link below to access NCTA's most recent White Paper on The Transition to Digital Television. In addition to general background information on the digital transition, the report provides updated information on industry efforts to meet transition deadlines, and a discussion of related policy issues before Congress and the FCC.

STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA IN REACTION TO INTRODUCTION OF PRIVACY BILL BY COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN FRITZ HOLLINGS (D-SD)

<B><center>STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA<br>
IN REACTION TO INTRODUCTION OF PRIVACY BILL BY COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN FRITZ HOLLINGS (D-SC)<br></CENTER></B>
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NEW BUSINESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL CABLE 2002 EDUCATION SEMINAR

<B><CENTER>NEW BUSINESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL <i>CABLE 2002</I> EDUCATION SEMINAR<br><br>

<i>Neil Bush to Talk About Emerging Trends on the Education Landscape</I><br><br></CENTER>

Statement of Marc O. Smith, Spokesman, NCTA in Reaction to Request of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) For GAO Study of Cable Prices

<p>"We believe that GAO's examination of cable pricing issues will confirm conclusions reached previously by the FCC and the Bureau of Labor Statistics - that cable prices per channel have remained relatively constant since deregulation in 1999, despite substantial operator investment in programming and personnel to support cable's more advanced services.</p>

MAJORITY OF EDUCATORS SURVEYED USE INTERNET TO SOME DEGREE TO IMPROVE TEACHING

<B><center>MAJORITY OF EDUCATORS SURVEYED USE INTERNET TO SOME DEGREE TO IMPROVE TEACHING<br>CURRENCY, WEALTH OF RESOURCES CITED AS GREATEST CLASSROOM BENEFITS<br>-- OBSTACLES, DIFFICULTIES HINDER WIDER INTERNET USE --</center><BR><BR>

CTAM Broadband Opportunity Conference Offers "Added Value" To Cable 2002

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<center>CTAM BROADBAND OPPORTUNITY CONFERENCE OFFERS "ADDED VALUE" TO <i>CABLE 2002</i></center>
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STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA IN REACTION TO LETTER OF FCC CHAIRMAN POWELL TO CHAIRMAN HOLLINGS AND CHAIRMAN TAUZIN

<B><center>STATEMENT OF ROBERT SACHS, PRESIDENT & CEO, NCTA IN REACTION TO LETTER OF FCC CHAIRMAN POWELL TO CHAIRMAN HOLLINGS AND CHAIRMAN TAUZIN</b></center><BR><BR>

"Chairman Powell has put forward some thought provoking proposals, several of which the cable industry is already actively working to accomplish. Other of Chairman Powell’s proposals warrant further study. We look forward to discussing these proposals with Chairman Powell."<BR><BR>

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Statement in Response to Release of FCC Report on Cable Industry Prices

<p><a href="http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-02-107A1.pdf">The FCC report</a> confirms that escalating costs have challenged all multichannel video providers, with cable systems facing head-to-head competition experiencing the same price increases as all others.</p>

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