THE ASSOCIATION

LCTA – The Internet & Television Association, located in Louisiana’s capital city, Baton Rouge, is the trade association for Louisiana’s cable telecommunications industry. The Association was founded in 1968.

There are presently 10 system members serving over one million Louisiana homes and businesses.

A Board of Directors, comprised of System and Associate members, guides the direction of the association, and the day-to-day management of the Association is the responsibility of CEO Cheryl P. McCormick.

Upcoming Events

Louisiana Legislative Session 2017


04-10-2017|06-08-2017

12:00 AM

20th Annual Cable Hall of Fame Celebration presented by The Cable Center

Grand Hyatt 1000 H Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001


04-26-2017|04-26-2017

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of LCTA – The Internet & Television Association is to provide leadership, direction and a focal point for ideas of common interest so these ideas can grow into projects of benefit to the membership and general public.

This will be accomplished through coordinating and directing efforts in the following areas: effective representation within legislative and regulatory bodies at the state and federal levels; provision for ongoing education and exchange of information/ideas to members regarding consumer and industry issues; and developing and maintaining key local, state and national relationships to further the mutual interest of members of LCTA.

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INDUSTRY FACTS

A study of cable industry's impact on the U.S. economy

  • 25,105

    DIRECT & INDIRECT JOBS
  • 2,941

    CABLE OPERATOR EMPLOYEES
  • $3.8B

    TOTAL ECONOMIC IMPACT
  • $116 BILLION

    PERSONAL INCOME EARNINGS OF CABLE EMPLOYEES
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