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http://www.dejaygold.com/

Manufacturer of Gold and Platinum Awards, RIAA Certified or non-certified for the entertainment industry.

http://www.auroraawards.com/

Honors commercials, cable programming, documentaries, industrial, instructional, and corporate videos. Includes information on entries, rules, winners, and categories.

http://www.videoawards.com/

International awards competition honoring excellence in commercials, video production, broadcast television and cable. Includes categories, entry form, and 2004 winners.

http://www.emmyonline.org/

Official site with information on awards (national daytime, sports, news and documentary), the Academy, Academy chapters and job bank.

http://www.iemmys.tv/

Official site with information on awards (international), the show, entry forms, member information and press articles.

http://www.cabl.com/

Cable telecommunications and catv industry related discussion forums, resources, mailing list archives, search engine, job listings, tv and movie sound tracks.

http://www.multichannel.com/

Reports on all breaking news relevant to the cable TV and telecommunications industries, here and abroad, as well as related developments in broadcast, MDS, DBS, telco and home video.

http://cinemaclips.com/

Monthly cable TV series featuring current theatrical releases. Created and written by BFCA member Roger Tennis. Available to cable systems nationwide.

http://www.ncta.com/

Learn all about cable technology, programming and new developments in the industry.

http://www.natoa.org/

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors provides a forum for individuals employed by, or primarily retained by a municipal, county or state government, or a regional authority engaged in the regulation, administration, programming or planning of cable and/or telecommunications systems.

http://www.maccor.org/

Cable franchise administrator for jurisdictions in and around the Tualatin Valley, Oregon

http://www.primacom.de/

Acquires, constructs, owns and operates cable television networks which serve primarily medium- and small-sized communities in Germany. [English/German]

http://www.cox.com/

Broadband communications company offering digital television service, high-speed Internet access and work-at-home services to residential customers, and local telephone and long distance services.

http://www.sky.com/

Provider of sports, movies, entertainment and news. Services include digital television, satellite broadcasts, and broadcast via mobile phones, personal digital assistants and portals including Sky.com and Skysports.com.

http://armstrongonewire.com/

Provides a high-speed cable modem Internet connection to customers in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio.

http://www.charter.com/

Operator of cable television systems in the US. Offers a full range of traditional cable television services as well as digital cable television services, interactive video programming, and high-speed Internet access.

http://www.xfinity.com/

Develops, manages and operates cable communications systems offering regular cable service, direct to home satellite television and high-speed cable modem service.

http://alticeusa.com/

A telecommunications and entertainment company. Its portfolio of operations ranges from high-speed Internet access and cable television packages to championship professional sports teams and national television program networks.

http://www.oceanic.com/

Offers high-speed internet cable modems and fiber coax hybrid signal delivery systems in Hawaii.

http://www.cctvcambridge.org/

CCTV's community-based media center is located in Central Square, the heart and soul of Cambridge, Massachusetts. CCTV provides a public forum for Cambridge residents to participate in both local and global interactions using electronic media.

http://www.grtv.org/

GRTV is the Community Access Television Channel for the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

http://www.visioncouncil.org/

Access television provider that serves the cities of Kalamazoo and Parchment and the townships of Comstock, Kalamazoo and Oshtemo via Cablevision of Michigan channels 30, 31, 32 and 33.

http://www.datv.org/

DATV is a nonprofit organization providing local program producers access to cable television in Dayton, Ohio.

http://www.cantv.org/

CAN TV is one of the largest and most widely used public access TV centers in the country located in Chicago, Illinois.

http://www.mvcc.net/

MVCC is a council of governments serving eight member cities in the South Dayton, Ohio suburbs. Managing four cable TV access channels, overseeing two cable television franchises and is involved in a variety of intergovernmental activities.

http://www.communitytv.org/

Community Television for Santa Cruz County, California.

http://papertiger.org/

Appears across the country on public access cable channels with non-commercial, uncensored channels available for public use. The series is produced by a volunteer collective of media producers, educators and activists.

http://akaku.org/

Community TV station located Kahului, Maui, Hawaii that provides training and equipment.

http://www.etc33.org/

Everyone's television channel, bringing public access to the web.

http://www.lctv.net/

Provides public, education, and government access programming for Lockport, New York's Community.