Advocating for Alabama's Cable and Broadband Providers

The Alabama Cable and Broadband Association (ACBA) is proud of the contributions the cable industry has made to the development of video, high-speed Internet and telephone services in Alabama. In this role, Alabama’s cable industry is proud to be a key partner in our state’s education system, economic development and quality of life. 

Founded in 1965, ACBA serves as the advocate for our cable providers, operators, suppliers and programmers.

Our primary goal is providing ACBA members with a unified voice on issues affecting the cable and telecommunications industry. With the support of our members, ACBA has been able to represent our industry's perspective throughout the legislative process, whether it is policy, regulatory or taxation issues. ACBA works to ensure the industry remains competitive in the rapidly changing world of technology, information and communication services across the state.

Office Contact

P.O. Box 230666
Montgomery, AL 36123

770 Washington Avenue Suite 490
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone 334.271.2281


Employs more than 3,000 people across Alabama

Delivers more than 26,000 direct & indirect jobs

Makes a total economic impact of $3.95 billion direct & indirect jobs

Contributes millions in cash, in-kind support and volunteer time to local charities and organizations

Latest Industry News

Posted February, 7 2022

The Road to Connecting All Americans Starts With Prioritizing the Unserved

With last year's federal infrastructure package highlighting the critical necessity to build out broadband networks to unserved communities, the focus now turns to ensuring that the funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill (BIL) are disbursed to those areas that are truly in need of fast, reliable and affordable broadband service. As the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) oversees the implementation of the BIL, NCTA has submitted comments about how NTIA can best adopt rules that prioritize funding for projects that will connect unserved and underserved areas, all while avoiding unnecessary waste, fraud, and abuse of these funds.

Posted January, 14 2022

Broadband Prices Are Trailing Far Behind Inflation

America has an inflation problem. Consumer demand for goods and services is driving an increase in prices (the definition of inflation) to rates not seen since 1982. In December 2021, price increases for used cars jumped 37%, gasoline skyrocketed nearly 50%, and groceries climbed about 7% relative to December of the previous year. These increases are felt by all Americans.

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Membership Events

Posted April, 25 2019

2019 ACBA Membership Event

Join us for our upcoming membership event on June 17th in Montgomery, AL!

Posted November, 15 2018

Hail Tide! 2nd Annual Legislative Tailgate

Joining forces- the Alabama and Mississippi State Cable Associations hosted another great tailgate celebrating our members, teams and legislators!

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