What does this mean for me?
Between 12:42 pm and 4:14 pm from 10/6 thru 10/9 there will be video interruption to a number of our channels in our lineup.
Because all of the satellite signals are digital, during the outage the signal will break up for a brief period, then go black for 2-3 minutes and finally will reappear with some breakup.
Scam Alert - NCTC
*** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ***
Recently a person(s) placed several job ads on online job boards & print media listing an open “Call Center Rep” position. Although this person(s) claims to be NCTC’s Hiring Manager, he/she is NOT affiliated with NCTC in any manner.
THIS IS A SCAM!
NCTC will NEVER ask job applicants to pay any fee or purchase equipment / software
Open positions will be listed on NCTC’s website
If a position is NOT listed on our website, it is not a legitimate open NCTC position
NCTC only accepts online applications initiated from a position listed on our website – nctc.com/careers
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Johnny McClanahan Named NCTC President and CEO
The North Central Telephone Cooperative board of directors has removed the “Interim” title and elected to name Johnny McClanahan the permanent President and CEO of the cooperative. The board has been impressed with McClanahan’s leadership and is confident that, under his guidance, NCTC will continue to work hard to provide dependable, world-class communications services. McClanahan is enthusiastic about the future of the cooperative. He said, “I am humbled by the confidence the board has placed in me with this responsibility. With all the changes in technology that have come along since I started at NCTC, I am excited to see what the future holds and welcome the challenge. One of the things that is most important…
Scholarships of $1000 Each from NCTC
Each year NCTC awards a scholarship of $1000 to a graduate at each of our area high schools. We congratulate this year’s winners.
Jacob Gentry, Brian Holliman, Jacob Legg, Maggie, Davis, Isaac Wakefield, Moises Nunez, Chase Davis
Brian Holliman – Smith County High School
Jacob Legg – Westmoreland High School
Maggie Davis – Allen County Scottsville High School
Isaac Wakefield – Macon County High School
Moises Nunez – Red Boiling Springs High School
Chase Davis – Trousdale County High School