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CABLE 2002: CONNECTING AMERICA; Key Industry Leaders to Headline Opening and Closing General Sessions; National Show Heads for New Orleans, May 5-8

<B><center>Cable 2002: Connecting America<BR>
<I>Key Industry Leaders to Headline Opening and Closing General Sessions<BR>
National Show Heads for New Orleans, May 5 - 8<BR><BR></center></i>

Washington, D.C. – </b>The National Cable & Telecommunications Association today announced the first group of speakers to be featured at Cable 2002, the NCTA’s 51st Annual Convention & International Exposition opening May 5, 2002, at Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.<BR><BR>

NCTA RELEASES STATEMENT ON TAUZIN-DINGELL BILL

<center><B>NCTA ISSUES STATEMENT ON TAUZIN-DINGELL BILL</B></center><BR><BR>

"Broadband competition between cable modem service and DSL is already fierce and we expect such competition to continue. NCTA strongly believes that marketplace competition is the best way to foster the availability of broadband services to all Americans. Thus, we have not opposed the Tauzin-Dingell bill nor advocated that regulatory conditions be placed on broadband competitors."<BR><BR>

CABLE 2002 PROGRAM TARGETS ENGINEERS AND COLLEGE EDUCATORS Technical Sessions to Feature Latest in Broadband Technology; Insight's Kim Kelly to Keynote Academic Seminar

<B><I><center>CABLE 2002</I> PROGRAM TARGETS ENGINEERS AND COLLEGE EDUCATORS<BR><i>Technical Sessions to Feature Latest in Broadband Technology<BR>
Insight's Kim Kelly to Keynote Academic Seminar</i></center><BR><BR>

NCTA Files Reply Comments With FCC Regarding Cable Ownership Rules (Economic Analysis by Professors Howard Shelanski and Gregory Rosston of Stanford University attached)

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<center>NCTA FILES REPLY COMMENTS WITH FCC REGARDING CABLE OWNERSHIP RULES<br /><i>Economic Analysis by Professors Howard Shelanski and Gregory Rosston of Stanford University attached</i></center>
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NCTA Issues Statement Reiterating That Market-Based Competition is the Best Way To Foster Broadband Availability

"USTA's new leadership is apparently unaware that the cable industry is not opposed to the Tauzin-Dingell bill. As stated in NCTA's April 25, 2001 letter to Chairman Tauzin and Congressman Dingell, 'NCTA strongly believes that market-based competition is the best way to foster the availability of broadband services to all Americans.'"

NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS MARKS TELECOM ACT ANNIVERSARY WITH LETTER TO CAPITOL HILL HIGHLIGHTING CABLE'S CONSUMER BENEFITS

<B><center>NCTA PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT SACHS MARKS TELECOM ACT ANNIVERSARY WITH LETTER TO CAPITOL HILL HIGHLIGHTING CABLE'S CONSUMER BENEFITS</center></b><BR><BR>

Click on the link above to download the letter by NCTA President & CEO Robert Sachs to Members of Congress highlighting the consumer benefits cable customers have realized as a result of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Tomorrow, February 8, marks the legislation's 6th Anniversary.<BR><BR>

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>

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