The Kentucky Telecom Association was established in 1937 as a non-profit organization to promote and support the general interests and welfare of the telecommunications industry in the Commonwealth. This is still our goal.
The industry has undergone enormous changes and growth since KTA was established. Advancements in technology, including the growth of computer applications and fiber cable, expanding service areas, increasingly complex regulatory requirements and competitive services has fueled many of these changes. Throughout this time, KTA has served the industry by fostering communication and cooperation among its member companies to improve their services and products.
In 2011, we changed our name from the Kentucky Telephone Association and adopted a new logo to recognize our members offer more than wireline telephone service and the many changes in our industry in the recent past – and still to come.
PRTC GM/CEO Keith Gabbard Discusses Delivering Broadband to Rural America
Listen to KTA Board Member Keith Gabbard as he discusses delivering broadband to Rural America with panelists on WBUR in Boston, MA.
LTC Connect's CEO/GM Honored
LTC Connect's CEO/General Manager Greg Hale was recently named "Board Member of the Year" by NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association's NTCA Rural Broadband PAC. Congrats to Greg on this well deserved honor and recognition! As a member of KTA's Board of Directors, no one works harder on behalf of Kentucky's community-based broadband providers.
NCTC "Fiber for Grayson" Announcement!
Congratulations to KTA Member North Central Telephone Cooperative on their recent RDOF announcement in partnership with Warren Rural Electric that will bring high-speed broadband access to Grayson County, Kentucky! Watch the announcement on Facebook Live courtesy of Leitchfield's K105 Facebook Page. https://fb.watch/4agQMKpjkH/