Premium Webcasts on Key Topics in Broadband Policy Available Online Through BroadbandCensus.com's Partnership with TV Mainstream
WASHINGTON, January 14, 2009 - Webcasts of the Broadband Breakfast Club, a discussion group on the key issues at the intersection of broadband technology and internet policy, are now available for purchase on the BroadbandCensus.com channel of TV Mainstream.
Held on the second Tuesday of each month from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., the Broadband Breakfast Club brings together key stakeholders to share perspectives on broadband technology and internet policy, and breakfast. The events take place at the Old Ebbitt Grill in Washington.
Telecommunications policy advocates, attorneys, policy-makers and journalists seeking to obtain insights from top officials in Washington can attend the Broadband Breakfast Club, which includes a full American and Continental breakfast, for as little as $45.00. The events are on the record and open to the public. Register here for the next breakfast event.
For individuals outside of Washington, or whose schedule doesn't permit attendance in person, archived webcasts of the Broadband Breakfast Club are now available on the BroadbandCensus.com channel on TV Mainstream. One full year of online access to each premium webcast is available for $40.00.
Individuals who register to attend the Broadband Breakfast Club will also receive a full year of complementary online access to the webcast.
Among the individual speakers who have participated in the Broadband Breakfast Club, which began in October 2008, include:
- Drew Clark, Executive Director, BroadbandCensus.com
- Geoff Daily, Blogger, App-Rising.com
- Jay Driscoll, Director, Government Affairs, CTIA – The Wireless Association
- Stan Fendley, Director, Legislative and Regulatory Policy, Corning
- Susan Fox, Vice President, Government Relations, Walt Disney
- Mitch Glazier, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, Recording Industry Association of America
- Kyle McSlarrow, CEO, National Cable and Telecommunications Association
- Neal Neuberger, Executive Director, Institute for e-Health Policy
- Michael Petricone, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
- Gregory Rohde, Executive Director, E-Copernicus/E9-1-1 Institute
- Jennifer Schneider, Legislative Counsel, Office of Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va.
- Wendy Seltzer, Practitioner in Residence, Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, American University Washington College of Law
- Alan Shark, Executive Director, Public Technology Institute
- Emery Simon, Counselor, Business Software Alliance
- Curt Stamp, President, Independent Telephone and Telecommunications Alliance
- John Windhausen, Jr., President, Telepoly Consulting
Click here for the list of registered attendees.
Webcasts of the Broadband Breakfast Club Produced in Partnership with:
Because of the limited size of the venue, seated attendance will be reserved for the first 45 individuals to register. The Broadband Breakfast Club is sponsored by CTIA - The Wireless Association, and the Benton Foundation.
The Broadband Breakfast Club is hosted by BroadbandCensus.com, which provides free information and news about local broadband speeds, prices, availability, reliability and competition. As with BroadbandCensus.com, the Broadband Breakfast Club seeks to light on key issues in broadband technology and internet policy through public disclosure and discussion.
BroadbandCensus.com uses “crowdsourcing” to allow internet users to share information about their internet experiences. Take the Broadband Census today at http://broadbandcensus.com/census/form.
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