ACC Schedules Cable Communications Institute in New York from June 20-22


The Association of Cable Communicators will hold its seventh graduate-level program in Manhattan this June.
The cable industry's national communications and public affairs group will stage the Cable Communications Institute, its signature development event designed for executives to expand their acumen and advance their capabilities, on June 20-22 at Lubin House, Syracuse University's New York City facility adjacent to Central Park on 61st Street.
Cable industry executives from networks, cable systems, industry suppliers and related organizations are invited to enhance their expertise on the overall role and impact of communications and public affairs within an organization at this forum, which is held in cooperation with the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University.
"Becoming more effective communicators is a never ending process. At the Institute, we explore state-of-the-art communications in today's world," said ACC president, Rosa Gatti, senior vice president, communications counsel and corporate outreach, ESPN, in announcing this year's program.
The upcoming institute will review multiple communications techniques, incorporating employee communications, technology tools, social responsibility and public affairs activities. Participants will enhance practical skills that are completely transferable to their daily work during this two-and-a-half day program.
Space is limited to the first 25 qualified applicants. Tuition, covering all instructional materials and most meals, for the 2012 Institute is $2,100 on or before June 8, rising to $2,300 thereafter.
For additional information or to register, contact Steve Jones at 202-222-2373 or via email at Information on the program may also be found by visiting