MCTV, a leading Internet, cable TV and Phone provider in Stark and Wayne counties, announced the launch of its Excellerate Internet service, utilizing fiber-to-the-home technology. MCTV is the first cable TV operator to bring this technology to northeast Ohio.
Established community leaders were present to hear from MCTV President Bob Gessner, American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka, Congressman Bob Gibbs and Ohio Cable Telecommunication Association President Jonathon McGee who discussed the opportunities MCTV is not only bringing to the greater Stark and Wayne county area but nationally to the telecommunications industry.
"ACA is extremely pleased to stand behind its members, including MCTV, to upgrade and expand their networks,” said Matt Polka. “MCTV is not just bringing northeast Ohio some of the newest technology options, but is creating new broadband opportunities for rural customers who previously had none.”
“MCTV has always strived to stay ahead of technology to create the best user experience for each of our customers,” said Gessner. “With Excellerate, we are building the future of technology and are excited to share the great opportunity for our current and potential Internet customers.”
Excellerate is now available to residential customers in select areas.
For more information about Excellerate, contact MCTV at 330-833-4134 in Stark County and 330-345-8114 in Wayne County or visit www.MCTVOhio.com/excellerate.
About MCTV: MCTV “goes the extra smile” for its customers, adding high-touch service to high-tech telecommunications. Since 1965, MCTV’s 165+ local employees have been serving their neighbors with a full complement of advanced broadband products for home and business including High-Speed Internet, digital TV, Phone, television advertising, dedicated fiber optic connections and security systems. More than 47,000 homes and businesses in Stark, Wayne, Summit, Holmes and Tuscarawas counties rely on MCTV for their telecommunications needs.
About the American Cable Association: Based in Pittsburgh, the American Cable Association is a trade organization representing nearly 750 smaller and medium-sized, independent cable companies who provide broadband services for nearly 7 million cable subscribers primarily located in rural and smaller suburban markets across America. Through active participation in the regulatory and legislative process in Washington, D.C., ACA's members work together to advance the interests of their customers and ensure the future competitiveness and viability of their business. For more information, visit www.americancable.org
About the Ohio Cable Telecommunication Association: The Ohio Cable Telecommunications Association represents the cable television and telecommunications industry in the Ohio General Assembly, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the United States Congress on issues of importance to our current and future businesses and works to foster a positive image of the cable industry in Ohio. For more information, visit, www.octa.org.