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National Journal Group Axes Tech Policy Sites

An undated note can be found in place of National Journal’s TechCentral, a web site intended to replace its now dead Technology Daily publication. “After a run of almost two years, the TechCentral page bids farewell. But let us assure you that the timely content TechCentral featured day-in, day-out is not going away,” reads the letter from CongressDaily’s Editor Louis Peck.

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An undated note can be found in place of National Journal’s TechCentral, a web site intended to replace its now dead Technology Daily publication.

“After a run of almost two years, the TechCentral page bids farewell. But let us assure you that the timely content TechCentral featured day-in, day-out is not going away,” reads the letter from CongressDaily’s Editor Louis Peck.

National Journal’s Technology Daily, a sister publication to CongressDaily, was shut down in January 2008. At that time, in a note to readers, Peck said, “And, beginning next Monday, February 4, [2008,] the online edition of CongressDaily will contain a new, continuously updated section that will include stories of interest to the technology sector in one convenient place. This section will also be home to several of the weekly features that have appeared regularly in Technology Daily over the years.”

Andrew Noyes, one of the Technology Daily reporters who made the transition to “TechCentral” on Congress Daily, is leaving the National Journal Group and joining Facebook next week. Noyes has been the main contributor of the Tech Daily Dose blog.

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U.S. Broadband Deployment and Speeds are Beating Europe’s, Says Scholar Touting ‘Facilities-based Competition’

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An undated note can be found in place of National Journal’s TechCentral, a web site intended to replace its now dead Technology Daily publication.

“After a run of almost two years, the TechCentral page bids farewell. But let us assure you that the timely content TechCentral featured day-in, day-out is not going away,” reads the letter from CongressDaily’s Editor Louis Peck.

National Journal’s Technology Daily, a sister publication to CongressDaily, was shut down in January 2008. At that time, in a note to readers, Peck said, “And, beginning next Monday, February 4, [2008,] the online edition of CongressDaily will contain a new, continuously updated section that will include stories of interest to the technology sector in one convenient place. This section will also be home to several of the weekly features that have appeared regularly in Technology Daily over the years.”

Andrew Noyes, one of the Technology Daily reporters who made the transition to “TechCentral” on Congress Daily, is leaving the National Journal Group and joining Facebook next week. Noyes has been the main contributor of the Tech Daily Dose blog.

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Discussion of Broadband Breakfast Club Virtual Event on High-Capacity Applications and Gigabit Connectivity

WASHINGTON, September 24, 2013 – The Broadband Breakfast Club released the first video of its Broadband Breakfast Club Virtual Event, on “How High-Capacity Applications Are Driving Gigabit Connectivity.”

The dialogue featured Dr. Glenn Ricart, Chief Technology Officer, US IGNITESheldon Grizzle of GigTank in Chattanooga, Tennessee; Todd MarriottExecutive Director of UTOPIA, the Utah Telecommunications Open Infrastructure Agency, and Drew ClarkChairman and Publisher, BroadbandBreakfast.com.

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An undated note can be found in place of National Journal’s TechCentral, a web site intended to replace its now dead Technology Daily publication.

“After a run of almost two years, the TechCentral page bids farewell. But let us assure you that the timely content TechCentral featured day-in, day-out is not going away,” reads the letter from CongressDaily’s Editor Louis Peck.

National Journal’s Technology Daily, a sister publication to CongressDaily, was shut down in January 2008. At that time, in a note to readers, Peck said, “And, beginning next Monday, February 4, [2008,] the online edition of CongressDaily will contain a new, continuously updated section that will include stories of interest to the technology sector in one convenient place. This section will also be home to several of the weekly features that have appeared regularly in Technology Daily over the years.”

Andrew Noyes, one of the Technology Daily reporters who made the transition to “TechCentral” on Congress Daily, is leaving the National Journal Group and joining Facebook next week. Noyes has been the main contributor of the Tech Daily Dose blog.

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Breakfast Club Video: ‘Gigabit and Ultra-High-Speed Networks: Where They Stand Now and How They Are Building the Future’

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An undated note can be found in place of National Journal’s TechCentral, a web site intended to replace its now dead Technology Daily publication.

“After a run of almost two years, the TechCentral page bids farewell. But let us assure you that the timely content TechCentral featured day-in, day-out is not going away,” reads the letter from CongressDaily’s Editor Louis Peck.

National Journal’s Technology Daily, a sister publication to CongressDaily, was shut down in January 2008. At that time, in a note to readers, Peck said, “And, beginning next Monday, February 4, [2008,] the online edition of CongressDaily will contain a new, continuously updated section that will include stories of interest to the technology sector in one convenient place. This section will also be home to several of the weekly features that have appeared regularly in Technology Daily over the years.”

Andrew Noyes, one of the Technology Daily reporters who made the transition to “TechCentral” on Congress Daily, is leaving the National Journal Group and joining Facebook next week. Noyes has been the main contributor of the Tech Daily Dose blog.

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