CableFAX executive editor Michael Grebb revisited the National Cable & Telecommunications Association‘s new headquarters in Washington, D.C., which Mike toured before it officially opened on Oct. 1 — click here for his exclusive video as the project was coming together.

This time, NCTA president and CEO Kyle McSlarrow gives Mike a post-opening tour of the association’s finished HQ, which features a version of the Broadband Home that graced the NCTA’s annual convention in 2004.

Highlights include a cable-ready, broadband connected fridge (just plug and eat, quips McSlarrow) … a little something called the Butt-Kicker, which isn’t (suprisingly) aimed at proponents of a la carte … and other cutting-edge features designed to communicate cable’s story on the Hill.

Length: 10:10

Producer/Interviewer: Michael Grebb
Editor: Christine Hardtman
Video shot by Crews Control

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