ACBA provides our members with a unified voice on issues affecting the cable and telecommunications industry.


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 to provide 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.

A Study Of The Cable Industry's Impact on the U.S. Economy

Over the last decade, the Alabama cable industry has made significant contributions to the economic health and vitality of our state. Through a commitment to quality products and services plus capital investments that annually eclipse tens of billions of dollars, the cable industry continues to be a leader in offering consumers both infrastructure and content that is enabling a transformation in information, entertainment and connectivity.


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

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