Michael Powell, president/CEO at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), will serve as the featured guest presenter when the SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program is held April 28-May 3, 2013, at the Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus. “In today’s environment, there is tremendous value in arming current and future technologists with the broadest possible knowledge of the industry,” notes Mark Dzuban, president/CEO at SCTE.  “Michael Powell’s insights will complement the critical thinking and leadership skills learned at SCTE-Tuck so that our executives can better make the technology and business decisions that serve the public good and drive our industry forward.” Applications now are being accepted for the SCTE-Tuck program; click here for more information.

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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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