WASHINGTON, April 23, 2010 - BroadbandBreakfast.com on Friday released, for FREE, the full-length video of the Broadband Breakfast Club event on April 20, 2010: "The Great Spectrum Debate."
The event included key industry officials addressing Chapter 5 of the national broadband plan, dealing with spectrum. The event was moderated by Amy Schatz, Telecommunications Reporter, The Wall Street Journal.
The panelists included:
- Marc Berejka, Senior Policy Advisor, Secretary's Office, U.S. Department Commerce
- John K. Hane, Counsel, Communications Practice Group, Pillsbury
- Thomas W. Hazlett, Professor, Law and Economics, George Mason University; Director, Information Economy Project
- Thomas Stroup, CEO, Shared Spectrum Company
The event is available on BroadbandBreakfast.com at the following link.
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