HEARTLAND CABLE RECEPTION
October 26, 2021
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Heartland Cable Reception has been postponed. Thank you for your understanding.
However, the KCTA is still offering companies the ability to present their product VIRTUALLY before our KCTA Board of Directors the afternoon of October 26, 2021!
This is a great way to showcase your product in front of all of the Heartland's top providers - Cox, Charter, Comcast, Vyve, Midco, SparkLight and Mediacom - at their annual board meeting.
Call Stephen Duerst for more information (785-290-0018)
or email him at Stephen@FedericoDuerst.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Kansas Cable Telecommunications Association
900 South Kansas Ave., Suite 300
Topeka, KS 66612
Welcome to the KCTA Website
Welcome to CableInKansas.org, the official website of the KCTA - the Kansas Cable Telecommunications Association.
We are the statewide organization representing the cable telecommunications industry within the State of Kansas.
The Impact of Cable in Kansas and Beyond
Cable operators have invested $174 billion over the last 15 years, and this investment has been felt in every community across the nation. As of 2010, the cable industry, directly and indirectly, accounted for almost 1.8 million US jobs, representing $77 billion in personal income. The gross economic output attributable to the industry amounted to $251 billion. There are cable employees in all 50 states, and there are 7,400 locally based cable systems.
In Kansas, over 2,000 individuals are employed as cable operators directly and over 17,000 jobs are indirectly impacted by the cable industry. The cable industry also accounts for $2.6 billion in economic impact in the state.
The impact cable has in each Kansas Congressional District is staggering as well:
1st Congressional District
Cable Operator Employees – 348 Total
Local Effect – 2,971 jobs,
$444 million economic impact
2nd Congressional District
Cable Operator Employees – 346
Total Local Effects – 2,954 jobs,
$442 million economic impact
3rd Congressional District
Cable Operator Employees – 373 Total
Local Effects – 3,184 jobs,
$476 million economic impact
4th Congressional District
Cable Operator Employees – 941 Total
Local Effects – 8,033 jobs,
$1,201 million economic impact