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  • Future of Telecommunications
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    Future of Telecommunications

    The panelists talked about the future of the communications industry.

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  • Violent Content in Media
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    Violent Content in Media

    Mr. Biondi discussed new restrictions on the content of movies and television concerning violence in both those mediums.

    37 views
  • Opening Session NCTA
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    Opening Session NCTA

    The opening session of the National Cable Television Association. Mr. Wangverg made some opening remarks. Mr. Anstrom spoke on the future of the industry. Then, Mr. Auletta moderated a…

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  • Violence in Television Programming
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    Violence in Television Programming

    The subcommittee heard testimony from witnesses on the violent content of current television programming and its effect on American children. The witnesses testified on the Television…

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  • A CEOs Perspective
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    A CEO's Perspective

    Executive officers of broadcast and cable networks gave their perspective of where the medium is headed. Heads of both industries predicted expanding futures for the television industry.

    53 views
  • Cable Television
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    Cable Television

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  • Roast of John Malone
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    Roast of John Malone

    The District of Columbia Chapter of Women in Cable held a roast of cable executive John Malone to benefit charity. Mary Alice Williams moderated.

    450 views
  • Indecency and Cable Television
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    Indecency and Cable Television

    Frank Biondi spoke about HBO, the First Amendment and cable television. He answered questions from the audience.

    46 views
  • Luncheon Speech
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    Luncheon Speech

    Frank Biondi spoke about the future of the cable television industry and challenges to the growth of paid television services. He also responded to questions from the audience.

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