NCTA released "Nobody Covers Politics Like Cable," a 37-page brochure highlighting cable’s election coverage. Besides the traditional cable news net coverage, state/local news and public affairs channels such as NY1 and OH News Network are providing comprehensive coverage of state and local races. Other cable nets are offering non-traditional fare, including Comedy Central’s "Indecision 2004" and MTV’s "Choose or Lose-20 Million Loud," Showtime’s "American Candidate" and Sundance’s "Tanner on Tanner." It’s a nice follow up to last month’s 113-pg NY Times Magazine "Fall Cable Preview" supplement, sponsored by NCTA, CAB and CTAM.

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Early Signs Positive for Emergency Broadband Benefit Uptake

The FCC’s $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit program kicked off with a bang Wednesday, and some 825 providers sat ready to answer consumer questions and get folks signed up for subsidies. Thus far, all has gone to plan and consumer interest is coming in either consistent with or in excess of providers’ early predictions.

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