Mr. Borrelli is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) representing more than 700 broadband and cable operators operating in all 50 states and the U.S. territories serving 40 million video and broadband connections. NCTC provides operational and strategic support, purchasing power for video content, hardware, software, broadband transit, transport, products and services.
Prior to joining NCTC, Mr. Borrelli served as Chief Executive Officer, Home and Entertainment for Digicel Group Ltd., which provides mobile phone, cable and broadband services to 27 countries in the Caribbean, Central and South America. He was responsible for cable and broadband strategy, policy and operations, content strategy and rights acquisition for multiple sports and entertainment networks.
Mr. Borrelli was a Founding Partner, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Marcus Cable Company, L.P. Under his leadership, Marcus Cable grew from 15,000 customers in 1989 to become the nation’s largest privately held cable company with 1.3 million customers in 1998 when the company was sold to investor Paul G. Allen and others. Later that year Marcus Cable was named “Cable Operator of the Year” by Cablevision Magazine.
Mr. Borrelli serves on the board of C-SPAN and The Cable Center. He was a founding Board member of the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame and served on the Advisory Board of the Sports Video Group. He was an active member of Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM), twice serving on its Board of Directors as well as chairing the Annual CTAM Summit. He participated in the formation of the Cable Television Advertising Bureau (CAB) and the National Academy of Cable Programming, its ACE Awards program and a founding member of the New York Metro Cable Marketing Co-Op (1-800-OK-CABLE).