Sold-Out Crowd at May 12 Broadband Breakfast Club Prompted Move to New Venue, at Clyde's of Gallery Place, for Discussion on 'How Should 'Unserved' and 'Underserved' Areas Best Be Defined?'
WASHINGTON, May 6, 2009 - Unprecedented demand to attend the Broadband Breakfast Club has caused BroadbandCensus.com to relocate the event, beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 12, to Clyde's of Gallery Place. Rep. Rick Boucher, Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Communications Subcommittee, will speak at the event.
Boucher, who leads Congressional efforts to define and supervise the nation's broadband policy - and its communication strategy for rural America - will lead off the discussion at the Broadband Breakfast Club with a speech at the Old Ebbitt Grill. The topic of the May 12 meeting is "How Should 'Unserved' and 'Underserved' Areas Best Be Defined?"
Registration for the breakfast event is available here. Breakfast is available beginning at 8 a.m.; the program will begin shortly after 8:30 a.m. Clyde's of Gallery Place is located at 707 7th Street NW, Washington, DC. The event will take place in the Piedmont Room upstairs.
Other speakers at the May Broadband Breakfast Club, the second in a series on "Spending the Broadband Stimulus," will consider one of the leading definition questions that remains to be defined by the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Agriculture Department's Rural Utilities Service: who is served by broadband, and who isn't.
Other confirmed speakers include:
- Randolph J. May, President, Free State Foundation
- Jean Plymale, Virginia Tech eCorridors Program
- James Bradford Ramsey, General Counsel, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
- S. Derek Turner, Research Director, Free Press
The event will be moderated by Drew Clark, Editor and Executive Director of BroadbandCensus.com. Clark is a veteran telecom and technology journalist, and he founded BroadbandCensus.com in January 2008 as a means of providing the public with a free and objective resource of the wired and wireless local broadband carriers, grouped by ZIP code, by speed, by competition and by consumer satisfaction.
Telecommunications policy advocates, attorneys, policy-makers and journalists seeking to obtain insights from top officials in Washington can attend the Broadband Breakfast Club, for as little as $45.00, plus a modest registration fee. 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 may elect to attend the Broadband Breakfast Club and subscribe to the BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report, a premium newsletter packed with the most relevant and actionable news, analysis and insight into the $7.2 billion broadband stimulus, for $100.00.
Introductory subscriptions to BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report are available at $95.00/month, or $950.00/year. Included within the purchase price is one year of complementary access to each monthly webcast of the Broadband Breakfast Club. Get Four Free Issues of the Weekly Report.
Individuals who register to attend the Broadband Breakfast Club in person will also receive a full year of complementary online access to the webcast.
The registration page for the event is http://broadbandbreakfast.eventbrite.com.
The Broadband Breakfast Club: Spending the Broadband Stimulus, is sponsored by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association and the Benton Foundation.
Two additional sponsored tables are available. Contact Drew Clark, Executive Director, BroadbandCensus.com at 202-580-8196.
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