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Introducing NCTA’s New Website
If you’ve noticed that something’s different at ncta.com, you are correct! This week, we’ve launched a new website that we invite you to explore.
The new site is still chock full of information about the industry’s economic impact on America, stats and data about the internet and television marketplace plus background on a wide range of policy issues. However, there are some major changes to note.
One of the biggest is that our former blog platform is no longer a separate site and the content is fully integrated into the new ncta.com. All of our content will still be here; we’re still writing about all the things that matter most to us and our readers. But instead of living on a separate homepage, our articles now live in the “What’s New” section found under the Media tab at the top of the website.
We’ve also introduced a new “Topics” page that organizes content by 20 different categories to make finding specific content you are interested in much easier. A similar change is the the introduction of tags to our content so a group of articles about “Wi-Fi” for instance can all be found through by clicking on this tag.
We could prattle on about other changes, but it’s even better to you see for yourself. Dig around and explore, hopefully you like it just as much as we do.