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NCTA STATEMENT ON FCC ACTION REGARDING PROGRAM ACCESS

<b><center>STATEMENT OF DAN BRENNER,
NCTA'S SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR LAW AND REGULATORY POLICY,
ON FCC ACTION REGARDING PROGRAM ACCESS</b></center><br><Br>

RAINBOW MEDIA'S JOSH SAPAN TO DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF ON-DEMAND TECHNOLOGY ON THE FUTURE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROGRAMMING AT WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN CABLE CLUB

<B><center>RAINBOW MEDIA'S JOSH SAPAN TO DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF ON-DEMAND TECHNOLOGY ON THE FUTURE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROGRAMMING AT WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN CABLE CLUB</center><BR><BR>
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David Krone to Rejoin NCTA as Executive Vice President

<strong>Washington, D.C. --</strong> The National Cable &amp; Telecommunications Association (NCTA) announced today that David Krone will rejoin the trade association July 1 as Executive Vice President, reporting to Robert Sachs, President and Chief Executive Officer. <br /><br />

BINZEL LEAVING NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION; WILL BECOME CEO OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION

<B><center>BINZEL LEAVING NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION<br>
WILL BECOME CEO OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION</CENTER><br><br>

NCTA AND NAMIC AWARD SIX SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CTAM'S EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, PART OF CABLE'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHEN DIVERSITY

<B><CENTER>NCTA AND NAMIC AWARD SIX SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CTAM'S EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, PART OF CABLE'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHEN DIVERSITY</B></CENTER><br><br>

INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

<B><center>INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS PRESIDENT MICHAEL S. WILLNER RE-ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE NCTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS;<BR><BR>

TIME WARNER CABLE’S CHAIRMAN & CEO GLENN A. BRITT
ELECTED VICE-CHAIRMAN;
OTHER NCTA BOARD MEMBERS ELECTED;
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMED<BR><BR></center>

STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)

<B><center>STATEMENT OF NCTA IN REACTION TO BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BREAUX (D-LA)</CENTER></B><br><br>
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"NCTA believes that market-based competition is the best way to ensure that broadband services are made available to all Americans. We appreciate and share Senator Breaux's view that increased regulation of cable-provided Internet services is not the way to advance broadband deployment."<br><br>

CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN

<B><center>CABLE INDUSTRY PLEDGES STRONG SUPPORT<BR>FOR DIGITAL TV TRANSITION PLAN</Center><BR><BR>

Washington, DC -- </b>The cable television industry today pledged its “strong and enthusiastic support” for voluntary industry actions to speed the transition to digital television as proposed recently by FCC Chairman Michael Powell. <BR><BR>

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>

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