Cable and telecom trade associations asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to stay the FCC’s move to reclassify the Internet as a Title II telecommunications service, a regulatory maneuver to give…
CHICAGO — Michael Powell, the CEO of the National Cable and Telecommunications Assn., said that the cable industry is “highly conscious” that defeats in some recent major public policy fights are in…
The FCC’s net neutrality rules are facing two more legal challenges from cable industry groups, as two trade associations filed notices of appeal in Washington on Tuesday. The National Cable…
As President Obama on Wednesday promoted the idea of community-owned broadband as a way to boost competition and spur development of high-speed Internet, the cable industry pushed back…
What's good for Comcast is good for America — according to the cable and media colossus, which is on the cusp of massing more power in the TV and broadband biz by gobbling up Time Warner Cable. The…
Al Jazeera America came to NCTA with real distribution work to do, courting cable operators to carry the all-news channel that parent org Al Jazeera Media Network intends to launch by late August.
The windy city got a taste of technology as the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's annual trade show took place in Chicago over the past week.
Jittery over the economy, several tech giants have canceled plans to peddle their wares at the cable industry's premier confab in Chicago next month.
When an estimated 15,000 cable operators and programmers gather Sunday in San Francisco for the 42nd annual National Cable Television Assn. confab, don't be surprised if the party hats and streamers…