National Cable & Telecommunications Association Rebrands

September 19, 2016

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association is changing its name. The trade group is restoring “television” to its moniker, dropping “telecommunications” and “cable,” but preserving “NCTA,” while adding the all-important “Internet” in the leadoff position. The result: “NCTA-The Internet & Television Association.”


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