If you haven’t yet voted in the SCTE Board of Directors Elections, it’s time to do so – the deadline is next Friday, March 28.

Election results will be announced by April 15. Newly elected directors will take office at Cable-Tec Expo 2008 in Philadelphia.

Candidate information and online voting are available at www.scte.org. Call the SCTE’s Customer Care Center at 800-542-5040 or email elections@scte.org with any questions or problems.

Candidates are as follows:

Region 3 (AK, ID, MT, OR, WA)
Tim Alverson, Cable One
Randy Love, Comcast
Frank Park, Bresnan Communications

Region 4 (OK, TX)
Daniel Karnish, Cox Communications
Bob Macioch, Time Warner Cable (incumbent)
Raymond Mills, Suddenlink Communications

Region 5 (IA, IL, KS, MO, NE)
Andy Parrott, Suddenlink Communications
Rick Sullivan, Times Fiber Amphenol
Tim Templeton, Sunflower Broadband

Region 7 (IN, MI, OH)
Marc Broadnax, Comcast (incumbent)
Michael L. Smith, Time Warner Cable
John Zappetillo, CommScope

Region 8 (AL, AR, LA, MS, TN)
Wayne Callihan, Systems Services Broadband
Tommy Hill, Mediacom (incumbent)
Harold Kinnel, Ritter Communications

Region 10 (DC, KY, NC, VA, WV)
Mark Alrutz, CommScope
Jim Kersnowski, Time Warner Cable
Bob Legg, Suddenlink Communications

Region 12 (CT, MA, ME, NH, NY, RI, VT)
Andrew Ferraro, Aurora Networks
Bob Foote, ARRIS
Jim Morse, Cox Communications

Director-At-Large Canada
Eric Goulden, Telonix Communications
Mario Massi, Cogeco Cable
Dermot O’Carroll, Rogers Cable Communications (incumbent)

Director-At-Large (two to be elected)
Dick Amell, Time Warner Cable
Nomi Bergman, Advance/Newhouse Communications
Terry Cordova, Suddenlink Communications (incumbent)
John Dahlquist, Aurora Networks
Steve Windle, Trilithic

The Daily


At the Commission

The FCC adopted a NPRM seeking comment on how to maximize efficient use of the 500MHz of mid-band spectrum available in the 12.2-12.7GHz band. The hope of the proceeding is to further a conversation as to

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