(NEW YORK, NY) – Time Warner Cable today released the following statement from Glenn Britt, President, CEO and Chairman of Time Warner Cable in response to the news that Kyle McSlarrow will step down as President and CEO of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association next spring.
“We are grateful for Kyle's leadership and strategic vision, which have guided the NCTA and the industry through a time of great change. Kyle is respected as a tough but fair advocate for the issues critical to the success of the cable industry, and we wish him luck with his future endeavors.”
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