CableAmerica has been operating cable television systems since 1971. The original cable television operation began in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, growing out of an electronic equipment business owned by the principals of CableAmerica serving the Upper Midwest states. The company remains in the ownership of the original principals which insures quality customer service and technical proficiency that the company is known for.
The company has a long history of technical innovations, from the purchase of the first 5-meter Scientific Atlanta satellite signal receiver dish (Serial Number 0000001) to the use of microwave and later fiber optics to traverse great distances and improve picture quality. CableAmerica also created one of the first dedicated medical networks “mednet” in conjunction with Teledyne Brown Engineering in Huntsville, Alabama and was the first broadband company to deploy High Speed Internet to Mesa, Arizona.
Our state-of-the-art fiber optic transmission lines are designed to provide clear pictures and speedy Internet connections and also allow CableAmerica to stay at the forefront of providing new and innovative services that our customers demand.
Customers receive the largest variety of programming available, at the most reasonable rates in the industry, through a system that has been designed and constructed to grow with the rising demands of America’s high-speed broadband communication networks.
The Company provides cable television service to numerous communities and military bases. Construction of new cable television plants continue in the communities where expansion is taking place. CableAmerica has established itself as the company of choice for eight out of ten cable households in the areas we serve.
Commitment to Customers
Each CableAmerica employee takes pride in being associated with a company that cares about its’ customers and its’ employees equally. Our customer service representatives are available to answer your questions and our highly skilled technicians are available for troubleshooting and repairs. Every customer has full access to all levels of management to have their concerns addressed.
Christopher A. Dyrek, President/ CEO
Chris joined CableAmerica in 1988, he is responsible for operational and administrative functions of the company in addition to treasury and financial reporting operations. Prior to joining CableAmerica, he operated his own broadcast and consulting firm and was a manager with Deloitte & Touche. Mr. Dyrek is a CPA and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Alan C. Jackson, Vice President Engineering
Alan received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from Arizona State University in 1986. He is responsible for evaluating all emerging technologies as well as determining and implementing the technical direction of the corporation. Alan is a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Eric W. Jackson, Vice President Internet Operations
Eric received his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering from Arizona State University in 1992. He is responsible for the implementing and maintaining of Internet operations throughout the Company. Eric has been on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Cable Telecommunications Association since 1994 and served as it’s President in 1999.