Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

At first glance, NCTC and Nintendo don’t have a lot incommon. Nintendo is a video game giant based in Japan, and we are a local broadband provider in rural Tennessee and Kentucky. But a quote I ran across recently made me realize we may have more in common than you’d...
Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

Our cooperative mission gives us purpose

Business gurus often urge executives to ensure the  companythey’ve been entrusted to lead is “mission-oriented” or “mission-focused,” and that the organization’s mission should drive progress and establish values. “A mission statement is not something you write...
Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

Building communities locally and globally

The internet has changed the way we define community. We still live in a community where we know our neighbors and friends through our churches, schools and various organizations. However, internet communities offer the advantage of instant information exchange that...
NCTC announces $1,000 scholarship winners

NCTC announces $1,000 scholarship winners

NCTC proudly congratulates the six outstanding area high school graduates who are recipients of the cooperative’s annual scholarships. Winners of the $1,000 scholarship are Stephen Lancaster, Kristen Shoulders, Kaci Cline, Shayanna Renner, Hunter Davis and Kylie...
FRS Scholarship Winner

FRS Scholarship Winner

Congratulations! Halle Shrum, Macon County High School, is pictured with NCTC CEO Johnny McClanahan. Halle is the recipient of a $2,500 Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) scholarship, sponsored by NCTC.  Halle is one of only 54 recipients across the country to be...
FRS Washington DC Youth Tour Winners

FRS Washington DC Youth Tour Winners

Congratulations to Katelyn Davenport from Smith County High School and Katherine Foster from Allen County Scottsville High School.  They are the winners of this year’s contest.   Every summer, the FRS (Foundation for Rural Service) Youth Tour brings together...
Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

Broadband Builds Business

At NCTC, our daily business is providing reliable service for our customers — but in the big picture, we’re also in the jobs business. Our broadband network is foundational to our area’s economic well-being and crucial to keeping and growing job opportunities locally....
Multitasking

Multitasking

Enjoying Media today – How are you watching TV? Phones, tablets, streaming boxes, smart televisions, desktops, laptops and more provide consumers a wealth of opportunities to go online, resulting in increasingly complex and individualized habits for content...
Watch out for IRS Scams

Watch out for IRS Scams

As the April filing deadline approaches, the Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers to be alert to tax time phone scams where aggressive criminals pose as IRS agents in hopes of stealing money or personal information. Here are some things the scammers often do,...
Broadband opens new health care frontiers

Broadband opens new health care frontiers

When I talk to state and local leaders, they say they’re pleased by what a broadband network can do in our homes, schools and businesses. But increasingly, the place where experts and leaders are most excited about broadband technology for rural America is at the...
Like Nintendo, we go beyond technology

Service for all genertions

One thing that’s great about our business is how our network can have a positive impact on so many people. Broadband benefits everyone from children to seniors — even if they use it for different things. In many instances, NCTC has served four, five, or even six...

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