WASHINGTON, November 18, 2009 - The opening speaker of a summit focused on improving broadband penetration to minority and low-income areas of the country, and criticized advocates of Net neutrality for being out of touch with the needs of minorities, as he attempted to enlist the mantle civil rights leader Martin Luther King into his cause. “[L]et us remember the worlds of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ‘All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face-to-face with another problem,’” said Julius Hollis, the founder of the Alliance for Digital Equality, in prepared remarks. “If we fail to find common-ground on the issues before the U.S. Federal Communications Commission relative to the rulemaking governing broadband adoption, the financing of broadband infrastructure and the over-arching issue of net neutrality, the long-term socio-economic chaos that will be inflicted upon our society would be far too devastating to comprehend,” warned Hollis. Keep Reading
WASHINGTON, October 16, 2009 - BroadbandCensus.com released, for free, the full-length video of the Broadband Breakfast Club event on October 13, 2009: "Setting the Table for the National Broadband Plan: Health Care and Telemedicine." Keep Reading
WASHINGTON, October 13, 2009 - Hospitals and health care are the last of the industrial-age institutions that have yet to go online as department stores, banks, and venues entertainment have already gone, panelists said at the Broadband Breakfast Club Tuesday morning. Keep Reading
WASHINGTON, October 9, 2009 - Dr. Ted Eytan, Medical Director for Delivery Systems Operations Improvement with Kaiser Permanente, has joined the panel of experts for the next Broadband Breakfast Club, “Setting the Table for the National Broadband Plan: Health Care,” on Tuesday, October 13, 2009, at 8 a.m. Keep Reading
WASHINGTON, October 7, 2009 - BroadbandCensus.com announced the panelists for the next Broadband Breakfast Club, “Setting the Table for the National Broadband Plan: Health Care,” on Tuesday, October 13, 2009, at 8 a.m.