1955-09-02 Brussels Belgium
2 Sep 1955, Brussels (Belgium), as International Alliance for Distribution by Cable – Alliance internationale de la distribution par câble (AID). Mar 1994, new statutes and name changed to European Cable Communications Association (ECCA). Current title adopted, Feb 2007. Current statutes adopted, Dec 2009. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Took over functions of U-XE3935 - EuroCableLabs (ECL), 1 Jan 2002. Integrated E-XJ0713 - CTAM Europe, Aug 2015. EU Transparency Register: 42178977290-80.
Connect leading broadband cable TV operators and their national trade associations through the EU; promote and defend the industry's policies and business interests at European and international level.
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