Posted on February 19, 2020 in
Andy Scott is Vice President of Engineering for NCTA – The Internet & Television Association. Known as a leading industry technical authority, Scott is responsible for analyzing and evaluating industry technical and engineering issues that arise in federal regulatory and legislative proceedings. A 35-year industry veteran, Scott represents the cable industry in standards and specifications development organizations in furtherance of public policy objectives, particularly in the areas of cable system architecture and design, field engineering and operations. In addition to his role on the ATSC Board, Scott serves on the Board of Directors of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) Engineering Committee. He holds a masters degree in Computer Science.
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