Association of Private European Cable Operators (APEC)
Sep 1994. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, Feb 1996. No activities reported after 2004.
Promote operational independence and integrity of the cable communication industry across Europe and protect its economic interests; achieve full liberalization of telecom and other value-added services; ensure free circulation of programmes on broad-band cable communications networks; harmonize and integrate policies; promote these policies and represent and defend the interests of independent Western, Central and Eastern European cable operators with the relevant European and international organizations; support independent cable operators at national and European levels; act as a forum for the industry; educate and inform members and exchange data on legal, regulatory, commercial, economic and technical issues and assist them in copyright, commercial interconnection, regulatory and legislative concerns and competition issues; coordinate development of technical and engineering standards.
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General Assembly (annual, at conference). Board of Directors, comprising one representative of each member country. President; Secretary-General. Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium). European Technical Support Group; European Regulatory Support Group; ad hoc groups analysing specific topics.
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