WASHINGTON, D.C. -- NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith issued a statement today following an announcement from the National Cable & Telecommunications Association that its president and CEO, Kyle McSlarrow, will be stepping down in 2011.
"Kyle McSlarrow has served NCTA with class, distinction and integrity. He was particularly gracious to me when I made the transition from Capitol Hill to NAB, and I will forever be grateful for his wise counsel and friendship. We wish him well as he segues into another leadership role in the cable industry."
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