NCTA Statement Regarding the Television Consumer Freedom Act of 2013

"In a thriving marketplace that is constantly providing consumers with new services and features, a government-mandated a la carte system is a lose – lose proposition.  As countless studies have demonstrated, subscription bundles offer a wider array of viewing options, increased programming diversity and better value than per channel options. In today’s video marketplace, consumers enjoy more choice than ever before.  They can choose their video entertainment from a variety of cable, satellite, telco and online providers; they can consume video on their TVs, their iPads, and their mobi




Statement of NCTA President & CEO Michael Powell Regarding Tom Wheeler’s Nomination as FCC Chairman

"We congratulate Tom Wheeler on his nomination as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. With his significant experience in both the private and public sector, Tom is an exceptional choice to lead the Commission during a time when the telecommunications marketplace is experiencing significant innovation and incredible change. We welcome the appointment of Mignon Clyburn as interim chairman as she is a distinguished and able public servant.

Cable’s Story Comes Alive at “The Observatory” at The Cable Show 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Observatory, a multimedia venue that brings cable’s incredible success story to life, will be the centerpiece of The Cable Show 2013 exhibit floor.  The Observatory will combine visual storytelling with product showcases devoted to devices, user interfaces and applications that are powered by cable’s network.

The Cable Show 2013 to Feature Leaders in Entertainment, Media and Policy

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) today announced the first slate of confirmed speakers for general sessions at The Cable Show 2013 to be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. from June 10-12, 2013.

Each year, the three general sessions at The Cable Show hosts top names in media and entertainment, policy, technology, and business.


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