In an interview with NCTA, The Walter Kaitz Foundation’s new executive director Michelle Ray shed light on how the Foundation came to be and how it continues to lead the charge for cultivating diverse talent and initiatives across the internet and television landscape.
Source: Three Questions: The Walter Kaitz Foundation’s Michelle Ray Talks About Diversifying the Cable Industry | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
Cox Communications has long been making a difference for families and individuals across its footprint through Connect2Compete–which now reaches over 400,000 people that Cox serves–and its dedication to broadband adoption over the past two decades.
Source: Cox Pledges $20 Million Annually Towards Broadband Adoption | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
In the latest video from CableLabs’ Near Future series, light field displays are featured prominently and viewers get a peek into how people will interact with media in the future and how it will impact the future of education.
Source: Preparing Our Networks for Light Field Displays and the Future of Education | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
WASHINGTON – CTIA, USTelecom, NCTA and ACA – representing America’s broadband providers – have today filed a joint lawsuit in federal court challenging the State of California’s Internet Bill (SB 822).The following statement is for attribution to CTIA, USTelecom, NCTA and ACA:
Source: CTIA, USTelecom, NCTA and ACA File Joint Lawsuit Against California State Internet Bill | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
To help combat bullying and risky online behavior and to promote positive online interactions among kids, ISPs and TV programmers offer a plethora of tools and resources to empower families.
Source: How TV Networks and ISPs Are Teaching Kids to Be Good Digital Citizens | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association