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A Growth Industry in Broadband-Focused Conferences

SAN MATEO, Calif., May 11, 2009 – The debate around the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act placed a strong focus on “shovel ready” projects, including the $7.2 billion in stimulus funds for broadband projects.

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SAN MATEO, Calif., May 11, 2009 – The debate around the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act placed a strong focus on “shovel ready” projects, including the $7.2 billion in stimulus funds for broadband projects.

Since then, the fiscal stimulus package has had growth of another set of “shovel-ready” projects: broadband-focused conferences.

This week, Tech Policy Central opened its third annual Tech Policy Summit on Monday, but not before dipping into the broadband well with a day-long mini-conference on “Broadband Innovation.”

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Senate Advances Legislation Creating Office of Internet Connectivity Within Commerce Department’s NTIA

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From BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report

SAN MATEO, Calif., May 11, 2009 – The debate around the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act placed a strong focus on “shovel ready” projects, including the $7.2 billion in stimulus funds for broadband projects.

Since then, the fiscal stimulus package has had growth of another set of “shovel-ready” projects: broadband-focused conferences.

This week, Tech Policy Central opened its third annual Tech Policy Summit on Monday, but not before dipping into the broadband well with a day-long mini-conference on “Broadband Innovation.”

[more…]

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Panelists on NTIA Broadband Webinar Say Smart Buildings Boost Civic Resiliency and Public Health

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From BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report

SAN MATEO, Calif., May 11, 2009 – The debate around the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act placed a strong focus on “shovel ready” projects, including the $7.2 billion in stimulus funds for broadband projects.

Since then, the fiscal stimulus package has had growth of another set of “shovel-ready” projects: broadband-focused conferences.

This week, Tech Policy Central opened its third annual Tech Policy Summit on Monday, but not before dipping into the broadband well with a day-long mini-conference on “Broadband Innovation.”

[more…]

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Speaking at Commerce Department Symposium, Federal Agencies Doubt Benefits of Spectrum Plan

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From BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report

SAN MATEO, Calif., May 11, 2009 – The debate around the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act placed a strong focus on “shovel ready” projects, including the $7.2 billion in stimulus funds for broadband projects.

Since then, the fiscal stimulus package has had growth of another set of “shovel-ready” projects: broadband-focused conferences.

This week, Tech Policy Central opened its third annual Tech Policy Summit on Monday, but not before dipping into the broadband well with a day-long mini-conference on “Broadband Innovation.”

[more…]

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