Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Sallet’

Broadband Roundup: Caution on E-Rate, Merger Review Teams at FCC, and a New Akamai Internet Speed Report

Broadband Data, Broadband Roundup, FCC, Universal Service July 8th, 2014

WASHINGTON, July 8, 2014 – Federal Communications Commissioner Michael O’Rielly supports modernizing the E-Rate program, but not if it means increasing the “ever growing strain on [the average American's] pocketbook,” he wrote in a blog post Monday. The solution to increasing the program size, O’Rielly said, is to cut spending to outdated technologies, like long […]

Sallet: Broadband Changes Traditional Value Chain

Broadband's Impact, The Innovation Economy May 11th, 2011

WASHINGTON May 11, 2011 – Former Director of the Office of Policy & Strategic Planning of the Department of Commerce under President Clinton, Jonathan Sallet, presented a new way to look at the traditional value chain with respect to broadband Tuesday at a congressional briefing presented by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.

Sallet presented the value chain not as a chain at all, but rather as a circle.

Newspapers Face Grim Future of Diminishing Options, Note Panelists

Broadband's Impact June 20th, 2008

June 19 – Concern about the future of the media, particularly newspapers, pervaded a Thursday forum on antitrust issues hosted by the American Antitrust Institute as part of the institute’s 10th year anniversary conference.

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