Cable-related Studies & Reports
Cable means INNOVATION. Read NCTA's Annual Overview and find out how far the Cable Industry has brought us over the past 60 years.
The U.S. cable industry accounts for 1.5 million jobs in all 50 states representing almost $62 billion in personal income and gross economic output of nearly $227 billion, according to study completed by Bortz Media and Sports Group, Inc. and released by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association.
The Booz Allen study showing that a la carte pricing would increase cost and reduce programming diversity for most cable consumers.
Read this excellent rebuttal by Paul Rodriguez of CableTechTalk.com to a recent L.A. Times article regarding a la carte cable programing.
Results of a recent survey, If you build it, will they log on?, by the Pew Internet & American Life Project which concludes that two-thirds of Americans without broadband don't want it