What can Broadband Breakfast do for you?
Broadband Breakfast is a 12-year old news organization based in Washington that is building a community of interest around broadband policy and internet technology, with a particular focus on better broadband Infrastructure, the politics of privacy and the regulation of social media. We took our name from the Broadband Breakfast Club that we launched in 2008, and are in the process of relaunching several broadband-related event series.
Published by Breakfast Media LLC, Broadband Breakfast is one of the premier destinations and forums for those looking to connect around broadband policy and internet technology -- in Washington and around the country. We offer a range of products and services, including our landmark Broadband Breakfast Club event series, sponsorship of messaging and advertisements on the Breakfast Breakfast web site and email alerts, and the hosting of webinars and live-streamed events.
To learn more about whether your message qualifies to appear in Broadband Breakfast, please contact Editor and Publisher Drew Clark at 202-329-9517, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Drew Clark:
Drew Clark, the Editor and Publisher of Breakfast Media LLC, is a nationally-respected telecommunications attorney. Clark brings experts and practitioners together to advance the benefits provided by broadband.
Clark founded Broadband Breakfast 12 years ago as part of the Broadband Census crowdsourcing campaign, and it now publishes BroadbandBreakfast.com on politics and technology.
Nationally recognized for his knowledge of telecommunications law and policy, Clark brings experts and practitioners together to advance the benefits provided by broadband. He served as executive director of the Partnership for a Connected Illinois, where he led a combined federal and state effort of $350 million in fiber-optic and wireless infrastructure investments, including broadband mapping, economic development and digital literacy training.
He is also the President of the Rural Telecommunications Congress, a co-host of the annual Broadband Communities Summit. The non-profit RTC works to ensure that Rural America has access to the enabling information and technology resources they need for social and economic development.
- FCC Approves Radio Frequency Traffic Cops, Including Google and Sony, Bringing Commerce to 3.5 GHz Spectrum
- Broadband Roundup: Britain and Huawei, EPIC Fights Against Facial Recognition, E-Rate Fiber
- Panelists Debate Federal Role in Digital Privacy, But Agree Upon Need to Minimize Algorithmic Bias
- FCC ‘Coloring Outside the Lines’ on Broadband Mapping, Say Critics at Next Century Cities Event
- Broadband Advocates at Next Century Cities Emphasize Importance of Building Community Networks