Will A National Broadband Strategy Solve the Crisis in Journalism?Broadband's Impact, FCC, National Broadband Plan, Weekly Report May 18th, 2009
Drew Clark, Publisher, BroadbandBreakfast.com
From BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report
WASHINGTON, May 18, 2009 – The United States desperately needs a national broadband strategy, agreed a wide range of telecommunications experts, speaking last week at a conference on “Changing Media” at the Newseum in Washington.
The speakers at the conference differed on whether the policy should be run by the White House or the Federal Communications Commission.
But either way, the air of excitement toward broadband policy is strong. It’s almost enough to overpower the mournful backward glance that many have recently been offering for the old media.
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