NCTA's Powell sounds off on Title II and the rebranded INTX trade show

Whether it's his organization's move to file a lawsuit against the FCC to repeal the regulator's net neutrality rules or the possibility that the multi-billion dollar Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger will be nixed, Michael Powell, president and CEO of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), has a lot on his plate these days.

Dan Frankel, editor of FierceCable, recently caught up with the former Republican FCC chairman to get his take on some of these issues a few weeks before the NCTA's rebranded INTX trade show.

Read the interview here.

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