Experts Debate Incentive Auctions at Brookings
FCC, Mobile Broadband, Spectrum, Wireless
May 6th, 2011
WASHINGTON May 6, 2011 -The Brookings Institution gathered key industry and government experts Thursday to discuss how solve the impending spectrum crunch through voluntary incentive auctions.
Joint Center Convenes Panel to Promote Adoption for Underserved Communities
Broadband's Impact, Minority, Mobile Broadband, Universal Service, Wireless
March 2nd, 2011
WASHINGTON March 2, 2011 – Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies held a panel on Wednesday on how the federal government should promote broadband adoption and access to underserved communities. The panel served as an update the National Broadband Plan, which came out one year ago.
Health Care, Wireless Can Drive Broadband Adoption, Experts Tell FCC
Broadband Data, Broadband Stimulus, FCC, National Broadband Plan, NTIA
August 20th, 2009
WASHINGTON, August 20, 2009 – One of the largest challenges in developing a national broadband plan will be to find out who has it, who doesn’t and what it is used for, said Consumer Research Director John Horrigan in his opening remarks at an FCC staff workshop.
U.S. Broadband Ranking Needs Qualification, Experts Agree
June 5th, 2009
WASHINGTON, June 5, 2009 – With Broadband being a keystone aspect of President Obama’s economic policies, it is important to understand where America’s broadband deployment and adoption rates stand internationally, a panel of experts agreed on Friday.
Net Neutrality Advocates: Wireless Carriers' Network Management Must be 'Reasonable'
November 7th, 2008
SAN JOSE, November 7 – Emboldened by their summertime victory against Comcast, advocates of network neutrality said Thursday that the next front in battle for the principle would be against wireless carriers who make “unreasonable” network management decisions.
Comcast-BitTorrent, Wireless Net Neutrality Issues Stir Debate at Broadband Policy Summit
June 15th, 2008
June 14 – Critics and proponents of Network Neutrality squaring off on the topic on Friday agreed that recent actions by both cable and wireless providers had had re-vivified the debate about the topic.