WASHINGTON, November 22, 2010 - Kyle McSlarrow, president & CEO of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, has announced he plans to leave his position in the spring. He has been at the helm of the group since March 1, 2005.
“Serving at NCTA has been a great honor, a wonderful learning experience, and personally and professionally rewarding," said McSlarrow. "I have been proud to represent the cable industry, which I now regard as my home. I am truly grateful to the NCTA Board for having given me this opportunity and for their strong leadership and support."
He added that he has discussed with members of the NCTA Board his interest in "transitioning to another role in our industry that would allow me to work more fully on business and operating activities."
NCTA said in a statement that it intends to form a search committee to find a replacement.
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